Conscience Choices

Before diving into tips on how to take care of your products, let's also consider the impact of our choices on the environment and the longevity of our favorite clothing items.

"Taking care of your garments prolongs their lifespan and keeps your style impeccable for longer"

The Air

Often, simply airing out garments and treating specific stains is enough. Washing them less frequently is a responsible choice that benefits everyone.


Lower temperatures are just as effective. Using lower temperatures helps preserve textile fibers and save energy, ensuring that your clothes will last longer.

The Washing Machine

A full basket optimizes water and energy usage, ensuring a more efficient wash.

The Dryer

Let your clothes air dry instead of using the dryer. This helps keep your garments in better condition over time.


Tackle stains as soon as they occur, especially on absorbent materials like cotton and linen. 

The Sun

Take advantage of the sun. Lay out your white garments in the sun to naturally whiten them and make use of solar energy to dry your clothes.

Small repairs

A missing button or a small defect shouldn't necessarily lead you to throw away one of our items. They simply are part of the natural life cycle of products, which can be easily repaired, thus extending their lifespan. We would be happy to take care of it for you. Contact us

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COTTON – Wash in cold water (30°C or less), whether using a washing machine or washing by hand. Gently stretch the garments when they come out of the wash to reshape them. Always air dry: lay the clothes flat and away from the sun if possible.

LINEN – Linen becomes softer and more absorbent after each wash, which is quite interesting. Wash linen at low temperatures (30°C or less), preferably with soft water. Use the gentle cycle of the washing machine and a mild detergent to protect the fibers.

KNITWEAR – Hand washing is always the best and safest method for washing knitwear. Wash in cold water (less than 30°C). Rinse thoroughly by running cool water through the garment until the water is no longer soapy. Do not wring. DO NOT PUT IT IN THE DRYER. Putting knitwear in the dryer can cause damage even with a no-heat setting, so it's better to avoid the dryer if possible.

WOOL – Turn wool garments inside out. Hand wash with mild soap. Rinse thoroughly by running cool water through the garment until the water is no longer soapy. To prevent shrinking, do not put wool garments in the dryer.