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Upcycled Linen Napkins - Set of 6

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MoMA Exclusive: Made in downtown Los Angeles, this set of six Upcycled Linen Napkins is made from deadstock linen using low-impact dyes. The soft yet durable napkins are produced by upcycling factory Suay, a company that prides itself on its sustainable manufacturing practices and fairly compensating garment workers. Each Upcycled Linen Napkin measures 14l x 16”w.
  • Designer
    Lindsay Medoff
  • Size
    14l x16"w
  • Materials
    Deadstock Linen, Low Water Reactive Dye
  • Year of Design
    2017
  • Origin
    USA
Machine wash cold, tumble dry low.

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Upcycled Linen Napkins - Set of 6
Why We Chose This
Founded in Los Angeles in 2017, Suay is credited with pioneering the "clean-up economy"—a production system that creates products, such as these upcycled linen napkins, using post-consumer waste, deadstock and/or domestically, organically grown fibers. In 2019, Suay diverted over 250,000 pounds of garments from landfills with their workforce of textile recyclers within the garment industry.

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