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Garment care


Linen is an easy to care for textile which can be hand or machine washed in lukewarm or cold water. Your linen garment will naturally wear softer over time. Linen can also be tumble dried on a low temperature. To iron or steam your linen garment, use a low to medium setting. Hang or lay flat to dry out of direct sunlight.


Looked after correctly, cotton will last for many years in your wardrobe. We recommend either hand or machine washing your garment in cold or warm water using a gentle detergent. Iron on a low temperature setting and hang or lay flat to dry. With coloured cottons, it’s best to dry these out of direct sunlight.


We recommend silk to be dry-cleaned or hand-washed at home. If you are hand-washing your garment, gently rub your garment in cold water with a small amount of detergent. Rinse thoroughly in cold water and let the garment drip dry out of direct sunlight. Avoid wringing or twisting the garment. Iron or steam with low to medium temperate. Dry cleaning will keep your silk looking its new and at its best.

Tencel is a natural fiber made from the wood pulp of trees. Known for its breathability, soft lustrous touch and resistance to wrinkles, it has a similar feel to silk but is cooler than linen. Your garment in Tencel will be best hand or machine washed on a gentle cycle in cold water. Laid or hung to drip dry out of direct sunlight is preferred.

Other fabrics

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