The way a garment is used and taken care of after purchase is key to its life cycle and environmental impact. That’s why we encourage you to follow our product washing and care instructions and recommendations thoroughly.
You can find information on how to take care of your garments in the CARE option
of each item on our website, as well as on the garment labels.
- Sort your laundry and wash white and light-coloured garments separately from dark-coloured ones. Colours will last longer this way.
- Always turn your clothes inside-out, button them up and zip them up before adding them to the washing machine. This will prevent wear and tear on the outer finish, pilling and limit colour fading.
- Do not overload the washing machine.
- Try to use a gentle neutral detergent as they contain fewer whitening agents, and use the detergent and fabric softener in moderation, they can stain your clothes. We recommend you use a liquid detergent instead of a powder or solid one.
- Have a look at the composition label of each garment before washing. Natural fabrics such as wool or linen tend to shrink when washed at high temperatures, while artificial fabrics should be washed in warm water. Keep that in mind when choosing which program to use.
- Dyed and denim garments tend to lose their colour over washes. Avoid washing them too often and always use a low-temperature program.
- When drying your clothes, it is important to avoid direct sunlight. Otherwise, colours may vary or stains can appear on your garments.
- Fabrics can get damaged with the use of tumble dryers. Avoid using them or choose a low-temperature program when possible.
- When ironing, always start with a low temperature and, preferably, with garments turned inside out. Bear in mind that high temperatures can damage fabrics.
- Fold your garments gently so they last longer.
Main care label symbols
|Machine wash up to 30°C.|
|Do not bleach.|
|Do not tumble dry.|
|Do not dry-clean.|