An English-sourced linen
The linen used here is a linen that is sourced from a heritage Mill in England. Linen, which comes from the flax plant, is known for absorbing moisture, for regulating body temperature and for being three times as strong as cotton. Each hectare of flax absorbs 3.7 tonnes of CO2, and in Ireland can grow with rain fall alone.
A heritage mill
The best artisans and fabric makers have worked at the heritage mill to produce top quality fabric like this linen fabric. Indeed, the mill is located in Lancashire, England, the birthplace of fine fabrics.
Partly handmade in Melbourne
The fabric is then sent over to Informale's atelier in Melbourne, where artisans cut the fabric by hand and sew the drawstring trousers together. Interesting detail is the double pleat to ensure extreme comfort