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Photo Shooting in an old French farmhouse

Photo Shooting in an old French farmhouse

Impressions of our winter photo shooting in an old bastide in Vaugines, Luberon. 

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The Fog Linen store in Tokyo

The Fog Linen store in Tokyo

If you travel to Tokyo, I recommend you to visit the Fog Linen store. It is located in the Shimokitazawa area and is the only store of Fog Linen Work, and also their office. Here are a few impressions from the store and the building. I was lucky to travel to Japan last year and visited the store. I loved every detail of it. The soft light coming in, the shelves, the thoughtful display of the items. The building has been built by Yumiko Sekine's boyfriend, who is a talented architect. Enjoy the visit! xxx, O.    

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How to soften linen fabric

How to soften linen fabric

The linen of Fog Linen Work is not "stone-washed". Indeed, the stone-washing process usually involves the use of high-dosis chemicals such as chlorine, which may be harmful for the environment and factory workers. The aim of this process is to give the fabric a softness that usually happens after many washes.    Because we do not use the chemical-based stone-washing process, our linen is still pure and you will need to "break the linen", to make it softer (except for the clothing collection, in this case we take care of softening the fabric before the sewing of the clothing). Here are a...

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