A natural fiber, linen is hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial, and softness with a high moisture absorption capacity.
Its structural characteristics make it one of the more long-wearing fabrics. It does not lose its shape and becomes increasingly softer with the passage of time and repeated washings.
Linen can be washed as often as you want, a very important quality especially for handkerchiefs, our main product.
Because of these characteristics, linen is comfortable all year round.
In respect to other textile fibers, linen is the fiber that most respects the environment.
Cultivation of the flax used to make linen preserves the soil while the field-to-factory cycle does not harm the ecosystem and results in biodegradable products.
We use fine and very fine grades of linen woven by Italian mills that are members of the Italian Linen Center, established to safeguard the quality of pure linen fabrics and to serve as the Italian repository for the Masters of Linen quality brand.
Linen’s excellence and Edi Mungai's creativity in making her own products result in each handkerchief being natural, elegant, and personalized.
Natural, classy, neat, neutral are among the many adjectives that describe this fine fabric.
The nature, composition, and structure of the fibers give linen exceptional properties. Its quality has been confirmed by studies that have shown that linen offers incomparable quality in use as a result of absorbency and permanent freshness.
Linen is a healthful fabric, a detail that plays a special role in the fiber’s thermoregulatory function that, coupled with its moisture-absorption capacity, make it comfortable all year round. As a natural fiber, linen is the ideal fabric for our handkerchiefs because of its hypoallergenic and antibacterial properties.
Its structural characteristics make it one of the tissues moat resistant to wear and tear. It will not lose its shape and becomes softer with the passage of time and repeated washings.
It is hypoallergenic and non-irritating; its fibers do not retain dirt
In respect to all the textile fibers, linen is the fiber that most respects the environment. Its cultivation preserves the soil, the transformation does not harm the ecosystem and the resulting products are biodegradable
We use fine and very fine linen cloth produced by Italian mills that are members of the Italian Linen Center, an institute that oversees the quality of pure linen fabrics and serves as the Italian repository for the Masters of Linen quality brand.