All fabrics sourced by Isabelle are up-cycled and one-of-a-kind. The collection includes a range of natural colors, inspired by the principles of Wabi-sabi. Only working with natural fibers, hemp, linen, she lets the elegance of simplicity and attention to detail become the focus of each piece.
The vintage fabrics and the new-woven textiles are collected in the east of Europe. The hemp farms empower the women and gives them a platform to sell their handcrafted fabrics at fair prices.
The variations in the yarn and natural color of truly natural hemp fabric gives these hemp textiles their timeless beauty and style.
The natural and rustic look is characteristic of hemp fibers. The fabric becomes softer with each wash. Hemp originates from the stalk fibers of the Cannabis ruderallis plant. After treatment, the fibers are handspun and woven into long, fine yarns. Hemp has been cultivated for thousands of years as fiber and food and it has been cultivated since 8000 BC in the Middle East and China.
Thanks to it being breathable and non-smelly, this makes it easy to care for and will require less frequent washing. Washing machines have a significant impact on the environment and the need to use them less will further enhance the sustainability of the fabric. Hemp is a remarkable material. It is all-natural and offers as many health benefits as it does for the environment.
43" x 20"
hidden zipper closure