CARE GUIDE

Our responsibility starts right from the collection’s design phase. When selecting the fabrics, we strive to use GOTS and FSC-certified qualities. Our collections have been designed in collaboration with modern garment manufacturers in Portugal, Italy, Turkey, India, and China. By designing styles made from high-quality materials, we believe that the item can be worn year after year. When no longer needed or useful, pass it on to someone in need or recycle. 

Explore our guide to learn more about each material: how it’s made, and how to ensure you can wear your clothing as long as possible. 

COTTON

Cotton is a natural fibre that’s kind to the skin, comfortable to wear, and that has moisture-absorbing properties. It is durable, breathable, and easy to care for. Most of our sweatshirts & tees are made of GOTS certified organic cotton. GOTS is the leading textile processing standard for organic fibres worldwide, including environmental and social criteria, supported by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain.

Always check the instructions on the care label first. If the garment is washable, use a delicate machine wash on 30 degrees and wash with similar colors. Avoid tumble drying as it risks damaging the fabric. 

DENIM

All our denim styles are exclusively made from cotton. By completely avoiding the typical use of elastane, the fabric construction is much stronger and in turn, the denim becomes more durable. Whilst the exclusion of elastane results in a denim that is more alive, its shape becomes more prone to alter with use. Wash your denim as little as possible to maintain its original fit. Not adding elastane does make the denim more alive but the consequence is that the shape can change more easily after wearing.

Denim pieces do not need to be washed that often and can be spot cleaned where needed. When washing your jeans, wash them inside out on a delicate 30 degree machine wash along with similar colors. To preserve fit, avoid tumble drying, and instead hang to dry to avoid possible shrinkage or fabric warping. Ironing can be done at medium temperature 

LYOCELL

Lyocell is made of wood pulp, a regenerated fibre. It has good moisture absorption and has a soft feel. To protect fabric, a gentle hand-wash in cold temperature is recommended. Do not tumble dry, instead pull the garment back into shape and dry flat. 

LINEN

Linen is a natural fibre that is breathable, helping to regulate your body temperature as well as wicking away moisture from your skin. Linen becomes softer and more absorbent after each wash, which should be done using a delicate machine wash. Some styles may need to be hand washed in cold temperatures, while others exclusively require dry cleaning. Excessive heat can cause shrinking or damage to your linen. Avoid tumble drying, and if needed, iron on low temperature. Always check the instructions on the care label first. 

WOOL

There are many different types of wool, such as virgin wool, merino, and mohair, each having unique properties. Most do not need to be washed that often and can be spot cleaned where needed and simply aired out. Always check the care instructions on the care label first, on most garments only a delicate dry clean is possible. Some styles can be hand-washed cold, to avoid stretching the wool fibres, do not wring wool clothes and always dry them flat.

Other styles may need to be stretched back into shape. Do not hang your knit as this may cause unwanted stretching. Instead fold it and store it in your drawer. 

POLYESTER

Polyester fibres are durable and lightweight, wrinkle resistant, and retains its shape well. It is highly stain resistant, making it very easy to clean. Because polyester is a synthetic material, high heat can break down the fibres and cause damage to the garment. 

To preserve fit, wash using a gentle detergent on a regular wash cycle using warm or cold water. Always check the instructions on the care label. 

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