Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Love Fog Linen

The ‘shibui’ shades of Fog Linen scarves.
Linen. Woven from flax fibers, it’s is one of the oldest textiles in the world. Archaeologists have found cloth fragments dating back to 8000 BC. Dyed flax threads have even been found in a prehistoric cave and are estimated to be over 36,000 years old. Clearly linen is a fabric that is durable as well as beautiful.

And now, lovely Fog Linen Work is available here at Momo. Tokyo-based designer Yumiko Sekine searched the world over, looking for the perfect place to have her linen goods fabricated. Eventually she settled on Lithuania, where linen has been woven and produced since the Middle Ages.

Smooth and cool to the touch, amazingly breathable, low-maintenance (hooray for elegantly wrinkled fabric), linen clothing is perfect for summer. Fog Linen Work creates flowing, easy-to-wear garments that retain a feminine sensibility without being overly fussy. You’ll also find perfect-for-summer scarves it oh-so Japanese shades of pale grey, light blue and handsome charcoal, suitably unisex in color and length.

Without further ado, the clothing of FLW:
Gorgeous details.

Luxurious indigo tunic.

Jacket? Shirt dress? Your choice!

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