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Garments Care

We create clothing that transcends trends, crafted with long-lasting fabrics like organic cotton and linen that become softer with each wear. Our timeless shapes and silhouettes are designed to be worn over and over again, becoming cherished staples in your wardrobe for years to come. While built to endure, these garments deserve a little love in return. With proper care, they’ll continue to tell your story in style.

Wash  & Care – Viscose

Following the care instructions on the garment itself is always the safest way to go. Most of your pieces are machine washable, and advising a delicate cycle at 30 degrees Celsius is a perfect way to ensure customers get the best results while protecting their garments.

Machine Wash (Use with Caution):

Here’s what to keep in mind:

  • Temperature: Always use cold water, no more than 30°C (86°F). Hot or warm water will damage the delicate fibers.
  • Cycle: Select the delicate or hand-wash cycle on your washing machine. This setting uses a slower spin speed and less agitation, minimizing stress on the fabric.
  • Detergent: Opt for a gentle, preferably eco-friendly detergent designed for delicates. Avoid harsh detergents with enzymes or brighteners.
  • Mesh Laundry Bag: Place your silk or viscose garment in a mesh laundry bag before washing. This protects the fabric from snags and tears during tumbling.
  • Filling: Wash with a small load to avoid overcrowding in the machine. This allows the garments to move freely and reduces friction.

Drying:

Viscose is known to shrink slightly upon contact with water. Luckily, some minor shrinkage can be eased with careful steaming or ironing. Always check the garment’s care label for specific temperature instructions. Steaming at a safe distance or using a cool iron setting can help restore the shape without damaging the fabric.

Wash  & Care – Cotton

Always following the care instructions on the garment itself is the best practice. This advice applies to any clothing, not just cotton. That said, the general recommendations provided are for cotton clothes:

  • Machine wash at cooler temperatures: 30 or 40 degrees Celsius (cold to warm) is a good range to prevent shrinkage and fading.
  • Ironing or steaming: Cotton irons well, and using steam can help with wrinkles.

Following these tips will help keep your cotton clothes looking their best for longer.