Linen is made from the fibres of the flax plant. These fibres are very absorbent, allowing for garments to remain fresh and cool in hot environments while retaining both a stylish and relaxed look.
The flax plant requires the least amount of water and very little or no chemicals to cultivate, making linen one of the most environmentally friendly and sustainable fabrics on the market. Waste isn’t an issue either, as all parts of the plant are used in some type of production, whether it be garments, nutritional supplements or wood finishing products.
Our Linen Rich fabric also contains viscose, a natural fibre made from wood pulp and 1% Elastane which gives it additional stretch and flexibility.
The stock collection is available in cream and black, but other colours are available to order (minimum quantities apply).
Fabric Composition: 56% Linen, 43% Viscose, 1% Elastane