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Women Summer linen

Imbued with a bohemian, effortless spirit, linen captures the mood of summer incomparably. As the sun hits, the linen garments in our wardrobe become newly desirable and, as they age, they become even more beautiful memorable pieces.

The unique texture of linen fabrics is perhaps its most distinct feature. In fact, linen feels as effortless as it looks, and its unique moisture-wicking, temperature-regulating properties make it the best hot-weather fabric to wear close to the skin.

Pieces made of linen are often defined by a simplicity that makes their texture and drape shine through over time and use. This summer, our linen collection reimagines iconic classics like the shirt, the dress and two-piece set in new colours and shapes. Choose your favourite and live in it all summer long.

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