Linen fabric is made from linseed (also known as flax) plant that grows in cooler regions of Europe, it's used in superfood production and textiles.
As fibre, linen is very special: it's breathable, hypoallergenic and has anti-bacterial and massaging properties.
What makes linseed a true superhero is the fabric’s sustainable production process. We love that growing linseed enriches the ecosystems and provides habitat for wildlife.
Did you know that EVERY part of the plant is used in production?
And to top this, the production of linen fabric uses way less water than cotton. Across its lifecycle, a linen shirt uses 6.4 litres of water compared to 2,700 litres for a cotton shirt.
So if you don’t own linen apparel - give it a go. I hope you’ll fall in love with this material too!
The Founder of Bunny Street