We love a fiber that’s both functional, comfortable, and timeless. Therefore, the choice to add European-grown linen to our collections was a no-brainer. Flax is a long-line fiber mostly grown in Europe with much consideration of nature. The name, long line fiber, derives from the plant that can grow more than 3 feet tall – with its main advantage that long fibers cause less pillage over time which makes it very durable. The plant naturally grows fast without inputs: meaning no extra irrigation, no genetically modified seeds, and no synthetic fertilizers. These reasons make linen fields real carbon sinks – they can store up to 400,000 tons of CO2 a year, which makes this a winner in our book.