Zen the Weekend

Color-drenched linen is uplifting in every way—it's soft, breathable, and a breeze to wear and care for. This new 12 product collection is perfect for packing for your next beach vacation or your yoga retreat getaway.  You will want to put your hands on these pieces, and here is why.

The linen production process is longer than other natural fabrics.  Linen is made from the flax plant, therefore harder to spin when making it into a fabric.  Consequently, it is known as the world's strongest natural fiber and is far more durable than cotton.  The strength of the fiber directly contributes to the power of the fabric the garment is made of.

One of the benefits of linen is its porous nature.  Linen has natural heat and moisture-wicking properties that make it a popular fabric for hot summer days.  We understand you might be concerned by the wrinkles – we say – leave them as they are!  We love the wrinkles on the linen fabric, and in this color-blocking collection, the wrinkles look great. 

All these great benefits of the linen fabric were made into a great colorful collection, and we are already picturing ourselves on a plane to Thailand just to show off in it.

"This burst of color comes to life in linen dresses, masculine shirts, tunics, and trousers in purple, fuchsia, red and bright green, all in color block technique. There are also items bedecked with fantasy, flowers made up in airy viscose, and dresses made of jersey with abstract prints flaunting the same bright color theme."

– Hagar Alembik.

If you are looking to explore an item or two, our COLOR BLOCK LINEN SHIRT and JOY LINEN TOP will do the work with any ICONIC JEANS. If you are bold and like to experiment, our favorites are the FLOW LINEN TUNIC SHIRTDRESS and ZEN LINEN PANTS. 

We are looking forward to seeing you zen in the Alembika linen collection.


Colorblock linen shirt

Joy linen top

Sari linen swing dress

Ruffled linen dress

Flow linen tunic shirtdress

Zen linen pants, yellow

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