Fog designer Rumiko Sekine is actually based in Tokyo, but she sources the linen for her designs in Lithuania, where they grow a lot of flax (the fibers of which are then spun into cloth). Once she started importing the napkins, aprons, and tablecloths to her native Japan, it wasn’t long before people in the US started asking for them, too. Her straightforward designs make for objects are equally beautiful and practical.

Fog Linen

Fog designer Rumiko Sekine is actually based in Tokyo, but she sources the linen for her designs in Lithuania, where they grow a lot of flax (the fibers of which are then spun into cloth). Once she started importing the napkins, aprons, and tablecloths to her native Japan, it wasn’t long before people in the US started asking for them, too. Her straightforward designs make for objects are equally beautiful and practical.

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Fog designer Rumiko Sekine is actually based in Tokyo, but she sources the linen for her designs in Lithuania, where they grow a lot of flax (the fibers of which are then spun into cloth). Once she started importing the napkins, aprons, and tablecloths to her native Japan, it wasn’t long before people in the US started asking for them, too. Her straightforward designs make for objects are equally beautiful and practical.

Fog Linen

Fog designer Rumiko Sekine is actually based in Tokyo, but she sources the linen for her designs in Lithuania, where they grow a lot of flax (the fibers of which are then spun into cloth). Once she started importing the napkins, aprons, and tablecloths to her native Japan, it wasn’t long before people in the US started asking for them, too. Her straightforward designs make for objects are equally beautiful and practical.

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