Garment Care

We only use durable and high quality fabrics rich in cotton, wool, linen and silk. Each yarn is carefully selected by the head designer, sampled first before the production to find out the features of the fabric and feel of the fibers.  We also run a set of tests to check durability and shrinkage. The care instructions on our garments’ labels will give you advice on how to best care for your clothes. You can also always contact us to find out more about your garments origins and how to maintain it for a lifetime.


Cotton is the perfect foundation for your wardrobe. It is a natural fiber and very suitable for a sensitive skin. In hot, humid weather, cotton “breathes“. As the body perspires, cotton fibers absorb the moisture and release it on the surface of the fabric, so it evaporates. In cold weather, if the fabric remains dry, the fibers retain body heat, especially napped fabrics. Cotton is easy to care for - fully machine washable also can stand hot ironing and if worn and treated with care, will last for a long time.


Linen is very durable, twice as strong as cotton. It is a luxurious crispy fabric which is rich of its features such as well absorbent, non static. Linen absorbs moister well and at the same time releases it, quickly dries out, so linen fabric doesn’t "stick" to the body and air can pass through the fabric easily.  Linen require dry cleaning to keep the crispness and shape also it can stand high temperatures while ironing.


Viscose Rayon has a silk-like aesthetics with great draping features. Viscose is very soft to the skin and resembles a lot of cotton features. It does not build up static electricity and it is very absorbing. However, viscose can loose its shape when wet and it is sensitive to the hot iron so it will require a professional care and gentle ironing. 


Wools don’t need washing as often as other fibers might, they will last a lot longer between washes if you spot clean them where needed and simply air them out.

Entrusting wool garment to professionals for dry cleaning is the best option. Wool is the most popular in cold season, it is durable and has the capability to keep the body at at even temperature because it does not trap heat, it insulates instead. This means that in hot weather it keeps you cool and in cold weather it keeps you warm.


We suggest you take extra care of leather items by keeping them protected from the rain and rough surfaces which can scuff and damage their surface, as well as investing in professional cleaning when necessary. Leaver is very strong material and has resistance to tear. Leather can easy adapt to the weather conditions and keep you warm in winter but cool in summer.