You have succumbed to a designer garment and would like to take care of it to keep it for a very long time? We understand you. Here are some valuable tips to best maintain these high-end models.


Fragile parts?

It is often mistakenly imagined that designer clothes are fragile pieces. This can obviously be the case, but to know how to take care of them, the very first thing to do is to look at their composition. A cotton dress will be less delicate than a silk blouse. Learn the language of labels and you will immediately see that everything is marked on these little pieces of fabric! You can then determine if you should take your pretty top to the dry cleaner or if you can take care of it yourself.

Did you fall for a polyester skirt from our collection? Do not stress, it is an easy material to live with. You can pass it in the machine at a maximum temperature of 40 °.

For all that is tweed, you will have to forget about washing at home. Tweed is indeed composed from wool and this material does not wash in any way. No machine for these parts! You will need to wash them by hand in the coldest possible water. Ironing is prohibited, as is going through a dryer. A wool jacket can under certain conditions pass in the machine (look at the label!), but it will be necessary to take care of it: no spinning or dryer. However, it is better to provide a hand wash with a special wool detergent. For machine washing, don't forget to insert your jacket into a protective net. Let it dry flat on a towel after spinning it in a dry towel.

If you own a PU leather dress, you will need to wash it by hand with soapy water. For a stain, you can use oleo-limestone liniment. Rub the stain very gently.

Cotton parts are the simplest to wash. They withstand high temperatures (although we recommend 40° for softness). It is possible to machine dry this fabric in a short cycle.


Daily maintenance

Do you like your designer garment? You will then have to take care of it every day and not only during washing. Always remember to clean a stain immediately. The less you wait, the easier it can disappear.

Remember to always store your garment hanging on a wooden hanger. Unlike metal, wood does not damage clothes (it does not deform them).


To optimally protect your dress, jacket or pants, also think about covers. They are ideal for preserving your laundry as well as possible by preventing dust from settling.