Western Europe, China, India, USA
Linen has been grown for centuries, derived from the versatile flax crop. Linen requires minimal water and pesticides and will grow in poor-quality soil. Every part of the flax plant is used, noting goes to waste. Linen is fully biodegradable (undyed), strong, naturally moth resistant, antibacterial, and hypoallergenic. It is also light and can withstand high temperatures, absorbing moisture without holding bacteria. It gets softer the more you wear and wash it making it a much-loved sustainable staple in your wardrobe.