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Linen is typically grown without the use of pesticides and fertiliser as naturally the flax plant requires less than other crops. Although this is not always the case so as we strive for traceability we have sourced European Flax® Linen.

Certified as being of the highest quality linen, its quality and strength is thanks to a unique combination of growing conditions and climate therefore European Flax® cannot be grown anywhere else. With its origins traceable to the wide coastal band of Western Europe stretching from the South of Normandy in Northern France through Belgium and the Netherlands.

European Flax® certification ensures the flax plant has been grown without the use of fertilisers or pesticides, using just rainwater and requiring no additional irrigation. These practices have a regenerative effect on the land, maintaining soil fertility allowing the natural capture and storage of CO2 from the atmosphere. Fibre extraction which is also known as scutching is 100% mechanical meaning zero chemicals are used in the process.

Much like the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), European Flax® certification ensures best practices for all workers involved from seed to finished product, in compliance with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) standards that promote social justice and internationally recognised human and labor rights. 


We look forward to sharing the impact of our RTW collection using European Flax® once we have relevant data. 

Shop our European Flax
® Linen styles here

Look out for the following eco key for all 
European Flax® certified styles: