Fine Linen - Europe's superfibre
For thousands of years linen was the preferred summer textile for the nobles. The rise of cotton and polyester has dominated fashion at the expense of the less affordable fine linen - and mother nature.
It's time to revive the oldest textile of mankind. There are good reasons for it: It's natural, sustainable and keeps you cool in summer.Our story
There is linen. There is fine linen. And there is fine linen from Cotonificio Albini - a member of Masters of Linen. We looked around Europe and were amazed by the softness and airiness without being too see through.
100% made in Europe.
Mother of Pearl (MOP) Buttons
MOP made from Pinctada Maxima shells have traditionally been the choice in the luxury shirt segment.
Our buttons come from Bottonoficio Padano in Italy. The shells are a by-product of shell farms supplying the jewelery industry with pearls.
We're proud to be the first to offer a sunglass holder on a shirt to hold your glasses. Open the top two buttons and slide your glasses into the hidden holder below the third button.
One year to craft the best fit.
It took us quite some time to find a modern fit to the body and yet keeping the airy feeling that's so typical to linen.
"Never thought linen makes such a difference in summer. Great shirt and beautiful buttons."
"I'm in awe with the fabrics. They really stand out and are incredibly soft for such a natural material."
"I love apparel that's both sustainable and great to wear. And the sunglass holder actually works."