FABRIC STORIES VOL.II

VOL. II

 

Linen fabrics that we used in the VOL II collection was ordered from this Shenzhen based company. Why don't we use french linen? Don't get us wrong, we loveee french linen but well, this time we really want to break the stigma of "Made in China" and bring back and reintroduced you to where the biggest production of linen were, China. 

China was one of the firsts that embrace the use of linen fabric and produced them, so we assure you, these fabrics were produced in good hands and they are as beautiful as linen can be.


 
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PESLIN IVORY

A lightweight ivory fabric accentuated with a tactile woven texture.

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NAVY BLUE LINEN

A textured and structured linen-cotton fabric in navy color.

 
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STRIPES NAVY BLUE & WHITE LINEN

A lightweight linen fabric with raindrops pattern.

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DARK BLUE LINEN

A mixture of linen and rayon fabric that is soft to the skin. 

 
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BEIGE LINEN

A delicate linen fabric with a mixture of rayon that is cool to the skin. 

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