Product CARE

 
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We mainly work with natural fibers / materials such as linen, silk and tencel. Here’s a little introduction of these fabrics. How we can take care of them and make them endure.

Linen

It comes from the fibers of the flax plant and is the oldest and most resistant fabric ever made. We associate the linen as the epitome of natural elegance. Our brands apply an extra soft process to this material that feels amazing on your skin.

Wash

Linen has been correctly manufactured and treated that can be machine or hand washed. Garments that are better dry cleaned are more structured, tailored items such as jackets or suits, due to the way they are constructed.

Use the gently machine cycle and a mild detergent to protect the fibers. We recommend not using the dryer and hanging your clothes, it affects less to the environment and your clothes will last longer.

Do I need to Iron?

You don’t have to! The key is to leave your clothes hanging and let them dry naturally. For structured garments if you need an extra hand with the iron go for it! It also looks amazing and polished.

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Tencel

This newer fiber also represents a milestone in the development of environmentally sustainable textiles. Tencel is a natural, human-made fiber. It is the trade name for the generic fiber Lyocell. Tencel is known for its fantastic drape and it flatters the human form.

Wash

Garments can be machine washable although different items may have specific cleaning requirements depending on their construction. Use the gently machine cycle and a mild detergent to protect the fibers. We recommend not using the dryer and hanging your clothes, it affects less to the environment and your clothes will last longer.

Handwashing is always the best and safest method for washing Tencel.

Do I need to Iron?

The key is to leave your clothes hanging and let them dry naturally. For structured garments if you need an extra hand with the iron go for it! It also looks amazing and polished.

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