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Japan Week: Fog Linen

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Japan Week: Fog Linen

September 12, 2007

Finally, a Japanese line you can actually buy. Yumiko Sekine’s Fog Linen is a rigorously rustic line of natural-colored linens: sheets, dishtowels, aprons. Design Within Reach carries a wide selection; Selvedge stocks her bed and kitchen linens; and The Gardener in Berkeley carries her dishtowels and napkins.

Below: Fog Linen in Japan.

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Below: Fog Linen Cafe Apron; $55 at Design Within Reach.

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Below: Fog Linen Cutlery Case; $26 at Design Within Reach. Japan Week Fog Linen portrait 7

Below: Images from Fog Linenworks.

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Below: Linens from Selvedge. Japan Week Fog Linen portrait 11fog table cloths brownlr

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