Care Guide


All of our linen garments have been pre-washed and softened.

Wash: Machine wash on gentle cycle, cold with like colors. Do not use bleach.

Dry: Tumble dry on low. To avoid wrinkling, air dry while lying flat.

Steam/Iron on low if needed.

Metallic Linen

Metallic pieces boast a metallic print blended with a fade-out wash, imparting them an aged look. This combination of the metallic print and washed effect undergoes a delicate procedure. This results in a distinct item necessitating meticulous care. The fade-out wash can lead to variations in the metallic print's color from one item to another. With time, the metallic print may show signs of further fading.

How Should I Wash It?

  • Hand wash with cold water.
  • Avoid vigorous scrubbing. Instead, gently agitate it in the water.
  • Do not machine wash or dry clean.
  • After washing, hang to dry or lay flat in the shade. Avoid tumble drying.
  • If ironing is required, always ensure the print is shielded. Use a warm setting and interpose a cotton cloth between the garment and the iron.
  • Do not iron directly on the metallic print.

Freshening Up Your Metallic Garment

Should you wish to freshen up the garment, it's safe to gently rinse it with cold water. For this:

  1. Turn the garment inside out.
  2. Briefly run it under cold water to wash off sweat or minor residues.
  3. Refrain from using soap and always handle gently.
  4. Once rinsed, lay it flat to dry, ensuring the metallic print doesn't come in direct touch with the hanger.

Key Notes for Care

To maintain the vibrancy and integrity of metallic prints:

  • Always heed the provided care instructions closely. This ensures both the print's integrity and the intentional washed look are sustained.
  • Directly ironing the metallic print is discouraged. When ironing, prevent the iron from coming in direct contact with the print. Turning the garment inside out and inserting a thin cotton cloth between the iron and the print safeguards it.

Thank you for ensuring the longevity and vibrancy of your metallic garments by adhering to these guidelines.


Taking care of your leather garments is essential to maintain their beauty and durability. Always remember that it is ideal for cleaning to be done by professionals.

Remove Dust and Surface Dirt

Use a soft, dry cloth to remove dust and surface dirt from the garment. Do this with gentle, circular movements to avoid damaging the material.

Remove Minor Stains

If your garment has a small stain, try removing it with a cloth slightly dampened with warm water. Dry immediately with a dry cloth. Avoid rubbing too hard to prevent damaging the leather.

Keep the Leather Hydrated

To keep the leather flexible and prevent it from drying out, it is important to hydrate it regularly. However, we strongly recommend that this task be performed by a professional who knows which products to use and how to apply them properly.

Proper Storage

Store your leather garments in a cool, dry place. Avoid direct exposure to sunlight and heat sources, as they can dry out and crack the leather. Use fabric covers to protect them from dust and allow the material to breathe.

Main Recommendation

For a deeper cleaning or in case of difficult stains, always consult a leather cleaning professional. Experts will know how to treat your garment without damaging it and will maintain its original quality and appearance.


Leather is a delicate material that requires special care. Although you can perform some basic tasks to keep it clean, the best option is to let professionals handle deep cleaning and maintenance. This way, you ensure that your leather garment remains in perfect condition for a long time.

Take care of your garments and enjoy their elegance for many years!