Linen is one of the earliest textile fibers used by humans for clothing.
It possesses functions that are similar to human skin, providing natural properties such as body protection and temperature regulation.
Linen's natural breathability, moisture absorption, freshness, and sweat-wicking ability make it a fabric that allows for free breathing.
It has the ability to lower the body's perceived temperature by 4 to 8 degrees Celsius at room temperature, earning it the nickname "natural air conditioning."
Jinglanfei carefully selects the flax from the northern region of Normandy in France as its raw material.
The flax textiles from this area are known for their exceptional quality, delicate texture, and elegant sheen.