Linen Line Up
Introducing our latest edit, Linen Line Up. Celebrating the scupltural elements and linear forms we know and love from linen fabric.
This season, we present linen shirts in saffron hues and linen skirts in feminine silhouettes; we've even transformed our popular denim jean styles like the Bessette Jean and Skylar Jean into statements linen pieces. To keep up with trends, we've ensured exaggerated wide legs, fluted linen hems and elevated ribbed basics take centre stage.
The forever denim classics are always open to interpretation. A tactile change or a step further into sustainability. An exploration in texture sees denim pants, denim jackets and denim skirts reimagined, along with ribbed fabrications and feminine forms. Look closer: saffron sets the tone against essential whites, sandy neutrals and this season’s stripes, but it is the fabrication that makes this edit unique.
Those sculptural elements and linear weaves constructed in premium fabrics – it’s all about how they make you feel. A study in perfect imperfection, the textured slubs, typical to woven linen, bring the pieces down to earth.
Cult classic denim jeans – the waist skimming and wide-legged Skylar Jean and the slim-fit, tapered Bessette Jean – receive fresh linen updates in natural shades, equally suitable for sundrenched days and evenings out. They form the minimal foundation to a collection accented by feminine detail: the tees and singlets you’ll want to alternate every day are rendered in ribbed viscose, while fluted hems, modern ruffles and the perfect exaggerated leg bring movement and idiosyncrasy to these elevated essentials. Whether embracing a return to colour or a devotion to monochrome, all are made to be mixed, matched and pared back seamlessly to build an effortless wardrobe – with your old-favourite jeans given ample consideration. Take note: saffron and indigo make for an unexpectedly cool pairing.
Thoughtful detailing extends to boned buttons – and a deep focus on sustainable resources and techniques solidify this edit’s holistic considerations. The linen fibre is exceptionally less resource-intensive compared with other natural yarns – it uses less water, gets better with age, and is eventually biodegradable for minimised impact on our environment.
Quintessential pieces, revolutionised. You know you want to get in line.