Living with Linen

Strong and supple. Linen gains elegance and soften every time you wash and use it.
Linen wear is easy to be mixed and matched with other items for your timeless, favourite looks based on different daily life scenes.

MUJI's Linen

  • Gets softer the more you wash it

    Linen fabric is made from flax fibres, one of the strongest among natural fibres.
    Linen gains strength when wet, and the affinity of linen to moisture is one reason why it gets softer the more you use it.

  • Friendly to the environment

    Fibres of flax plant can be used for making linen fabric while the seeds can be used for making bread or cooking oil.
    Short fibres that cannot be turned into yarns are used to make ropes, while tiny fibres are used to feed animals. The flax plant is almost fully usable and hence it is environmental friendly.

  • Friendly to the producers

    Some Linen Wear items are made of organic linen cultivated without using any fertilizers or pesticides together with the producers.

Natural Colors

"Colours of the Earth" is the concept of colour palette.
The Linen Wear series is designed with basic colours independent of fashion trends, making the items adaptable to different individual styles long-lastingly.

  • White

    Cloud

  • Natural

    Linen

  • Green

    Forest

  • Blue / Navy

    Ocean

  • Brown

    Earth

  • Gray / Black

    Charcoal

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Ladies' Linen Wear

Tops

Dress

Bottoms

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Men's Linen Wear

Tops

Bottoms

Select suitable accessories

Living with Linen

From washing, drying, ironing to storing, handle linen with care for durability.

  • Washing

    Linen gains strength when wet. The more you wash it, the more you experience its unique texture. Avoid using bleaching and whitening agents when washing linen as they may damage the fibres and cause discolouration.

  • Drying

    The ironing afterward gets smoother when you stretch it to fix the form and straighten wrinkles before hanging it to dry. Since the fabric is sturdy, you can also enjoy the natural texture without any ironing. Besides, the core of linen fibres is hollow so air and water can easily circulate, making linen items to dry quickly in well-ventilated places.

  • Ironing

    To iron linen, it is recommended to smooth out small creases on the inside before you iron the front. Use a press cloth when ironing to prevent from damaging the fabric or creating shine.

  • Storing

    Linen is best stored in cool and dry places to prevent mold growth, and hence storing it in a tightly sealed plastic bag is not recommended. To avoid dust, cover it with a piece of thin paper.