It feels a little strange we haven’t stumbled upon Asceno until now, given its focus on comfortable wardrobe essentials, often versatile enough to wear at home and outside of it. And given its line of organic linen, our favorite fabric of them all (although we also love the silk pyjamas collection which is really the heritage of the brand).
Asceno is uncomplicated but luxurious; think relaxed silhouettes and timelessness. And, thankfully, responsible production. Asceno promises to use only 100 percent natural fibers as they believe ”if it came from the earth it can go back to the earth”. Except organic linens and cottons and responsibly sourced organic silk, there’s organic and responsible bamboo silk. Give us the recently launched Prague Linen Shirt, crafted from 100% organic and sustainable linen, and we’re ready for the beach.
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