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Care

Long live the garments treated with the right care!

Something everyone should know these days is the caretaking and treatment of their clothes. What are some of the best ways to maintain the fresh and new look of your garments?

Which fabrics do we use?

Firstly, it is important to state which fabrics we actually use in our designs. As you may already know, we are constantly working to minimize our climate footprint by reducing the use of fabrics that pollute unnecessarily and end up in land fields without the ability to biodegrade. You can read more about our fabric choices under "fabrics".

Given the nature of our company, we can't stress enough the importance of keeping microplastics out of our oceans and environment. We do our best to avoid the use of any kind of plastic in our clothes, some plastic is sadly unavoidable and can be found in our jackets. The rest of the garments are made of natural materials such as wool, silk, and organic cotton.

How to care for the garments?

to prolong the lifetime of your clothing

Below we have listed the most commonly used materials in our collection. Read more about how to treat your favorite garments in order to understand exactly how to treat them so they look new for a longer time!

wool

Wool garments are known for their longevity and resistance to wear and tear. However, if we don’t take care of it in the correct way, we risk destroying it and reducing its longevity.

silk

Coming soon...

cotton

Ensuring the freshness of your cotton garments can extend their lifespan and, in turn, reduce the need for additional cotton consumption, you can make a positive impact on both your clothing's longevity and the environment.

the best way to treat our jackets

The best way to treat partly plastic products is to hand wash whenever it's an option or use a shorter, lower-temperature washing cycle. Dispose of any lint filters in the trash rather than the sink, too. However, if it's just odor or smell you are worried about, leave it out hanging for a while. This is an effective and energy-efficient way to reduce foul-smelling odors from your clothes!

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