An ecological material of ancient origins
This noble and silky high quality textile is very old.
It was originally grown for its seeds and oil. Later it was adopted as a textile, the Egyptians were the first to use this fiber.
The most significant fact of the cultivation of this raw material is the almost total absence of irrigation and polluting chemicals, aspects considered crucial in measuring the environmental impact of textile fibers.
Linen combines ancient characteristics, such as the fact that it doesn’t absorb moisture, with modern technical performance such as anti-crease and waterproofing, required by today's consumer.