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Integrated into summer and winter clothing
King Charlemagne developed flax craftsmanship in the 8th century. From the 9th to the 18th century, flax became the most used fiber in France. After declining with the arrival of cotton, linen became artisanal. Today, it traditionally is a fiber used in warp and weft weaving (pants, shirts, jackets) for summer collections. The blend with winter fibers such as wool, however, allows finding linen in winter clothing and benefiting from its thermoregulating qualities.
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