As a child I used to flick my fingers through my mothers beautiful dresses. There was a specific one,
a raspberry-pink silk dress that my grandmother got engaged in 1946. I loved that dress.
Later I inherited my grandmothers prom- and wedding dress from the Forties.
Those pieces inspired me to start my slow fashion brand.
Where my wish and intention is to come back to guarding our clothes as a piece of art.
As something that carries a story and is of great value for us and will be for the next generations.
Something to love .
Is a one person show!
Lina Nääs is a textile artist and the designer and dyer of the creations FJLN
A sustainable slow-fashion brand aiming for zero waste, deeply connected to our nature.
We follow the seasons and in spring/summer there will be more of plant dyeing and as we move towards the fall/winter we are using more from our organic food diversity and mineral world.
There is days and weeks of experimentation and there is order within the chaos in the creation.
Each piece of clothing is hand dyed in alchemical processes up to 10 times. Layers of rose petals and flowers, rust and organic food waste are some of the steps to create the item. One of a kind textiles and customized to order.
We use organic silk and non toxic colors from our earth.