The design process behind Le Kasha’s collections starts with selecting the finest natural fibers. This ‘Qulayi’ dress is made from featherlight linen that feels cool and fresh on even the warmest days. It’s cut to a chic midi length and minimally detailed with pintucks through the bust.
With a long and illustrious history that stretches back over a century (and includes Coco Chanel, who used the innovative Kashmir goat hair fabric for her first suit collection), Le Kasha’s contemporary range also uses organic linen and silk, in elegant, minimal pieces with modern-day relevance.
'Made with at least 50% linen. Linen is made from the fibres of the flax plant. Flax is resilient and can grow in poor soil, using less water than cotton to produce.'