23 > 24 Septembre




30 janv > 1 fev



6 > 8 Fév



The linen

A natural, ecologically responsible plant fibre, grown in France, without irrigation

The linen

Combining freshness and strength

From workwear to casual wear, we work with linen in all its forms, taking it from naturally rustic to undeniably chic.

In an effort to ensure sustainability, we prefer using pure linen and combining it with natural plant fibres or regenerated fibres to make linen products 100% biodegradable.

Linen is an excellent thermoregulator, ensuring coolness and comfort in the summer. Combined with Tencel®, linen becomes soft and fluid. Blended with cotton, it is supple and suitable for a more casual silhouette.

For a more authentic and even cooler touch, we also offer a range of 100% linen items.

From seed to finished fabric, guaranteed traceability and a low carbon footprint

Linen is a natural, ecologically sourced, and renewable fibre, and is grown in a sustainable manner. As part of a crop rotation, it contributes to the improvement of soil fertility and the balance of biodiversity, which is beneficial for cultivated land.

Grown in France, linen is part of a local industry supported by the regional terroir and savoir-faire. Our linen suppliers are constantly developing new varieties and selecting the most disease-resistant seeds, guaranteeing a fibre of exceptional quality – without GMOs.

Committed to working towards an ever more sustainable and local production, we are fully invested in the reintroduction of a spinning and linen industry in France. 

The advantages of linen

A sustainable and ecologically responsible fibre

From cultivation to finishing, linen requires a small amount of water and energy. It is also biodegradable and recyclable.

Ultra-resistant fabrics

Timeless and durable, linen fabrics are long-lasting and contribute to a more sustainable and ethical textile industry.

Une filière locale en expansion

La filière du lin, étant locale, garantit une qualité et une traçabilité.

French savoir-faire for almost 200 years