Caring for your Clothing

Our clothing is designed to last. We place a very high importance on the accessories and trim, and on the raw materials. We select noble fabrics and high-quality materials (edging, piping, zippers, and more), to make your clothing durable.

The way you care for it also makes a big difference in how long it lasts. Here are a few tips on taking care of your clothing and keeping it in top condition for longer.


Today's detergents and washing machines are highly effective. They will get your textiles clean, even at low temperatures. Even the most stubborn stains can be washed out, as long as they are treated prior to washing. Whenever possible, wash your laundry at 30 °C or 40 °C. Not only does it save energy, it's also better for the environment.

Caring for Technical Jersey

Technical jersey is a breathable fabric that's also comfortable and wrinkle-resistant. It doesn't require any special precautions, and is easy to use and care for. It can be ironed on low heat, although it seldom requires ironing.

Wash at 30 °C

Do not bleach

Dryer: Use a medium heat cycle (maximum 60 °C)

Iron on low heat (maximum 110 °C)

Dry clean with mineral spirits only

Caring for Cotton ​

Cotton is a fiber that handles heat relatively well and absorbs humidity. You can wash it at 40 °C, iron it on high heat and even put it in the dryer, although we recommend doing so as infrequently as possible, for environmental reasons! It's best to avoid mixing colors, and if your garment has rhinestone trim or sequins, put it in a delicates bag before washing to protect it.

This pleasant fabric is made from plant-based fibers and is easy to care for, with a short drying time.

Wash at 40 °C (30 °C to save energy)

Dryer: Use a medium heat cycle (maximum 60 °C)

Iron on low heat (maximum 110 °C)

Do not dry clean

Caring for Wool

Wool is a fragile fabric that requires special care.
Hand wash whenever possible, or machine wash on a delicate wool cycle. It's best to use a special detergent for delicate fabrics, and fabric softener.
Do not wring and do not machine dry, to avoid damaging the fibers.
If washing by hand, use cool water for both washing and rinsing. Your wool sweater can be gently squeezed, but do not wring.
Laying flat to dry is highly recommended, to help the garment keep its shape. It is best to avoid ironing wool.

Follow the instructions on the tag. If machine washing is permitted, use the “wool” or “delicates” cycle. Otherwise, wash by hand.

Wash on cold or delicate

Do not bleach

Do not machine dry

Lay flat and reshape to dry

Iron on low heat using a damp cloth (maximum 110 °C)

Dry clean with mineral spirits only

Can be professionally wet cleaned

Caring for Colors

Colorful or printed garments can bleed. Always remember to wash brightly colored or printed textiles inside out.
If your garment is brightly colored or printed, we encourage you to dry it inside out. This will keep the colors from fading in the sunlight.
Do not leave clothing in the machine; it should be taken out to dry immediately.

Wash at 30 °C (handwashing may be recommended, depending on the print)

Make sure you don't overload the washing machine; it may cause garments to rub against each other, damaging them.

Do not bleach

Do not machine dry. This will protect the fabric of your garments and help them last longer.

Lay prints flat to dry.

Do not iron prints, and iron solid-color clothing on low heat only (maximum 110 °C)

Do not dry clean