Garment Maintenance

Please read instructions below for general Garment Maintenance. Email our Client Care team with any questions you may have.

Knitwear:  Hand wash or place in garment bag on delicate cold cycle. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry. Knitwear forms to your body and may lengthen over time with wear. To restore, dry until fibers return to original length. If overdried, gently hang to stretch. Store by folding to prevent stretching. Avoid hanging; if necessary, use wide shoulder hangers.

T-Shirts: Wash on delicate cold cycle, without fabric softener for longer wear. Hang or lay flat to dry. Thicker T-shirts can be hung. For printed graphics, turn inside out before washing. 

Leather Garments: Use professional cleaning or spot clean with a high-quality leather cleaner. 

Delicates: Hand wash or use a delicate cycle in a mesh bag. Dry flat.

Denim: Wash inside out in cold water; air dry to avoid fading and shrinkage.

Wool: Use cold water on a gentle cycle or hand wash. Lay flat to dry, avoiding direct heat or sunlight.

Silk: Hand wash in cold water with gentle detergent. Avoid wringing; roll in a towel, then lay flat or hang to dry.

Performance Fabrics: Wash with like colors without fabric softeners. Air dry.

Swimwear: Rinse immediately after use, hand wash in cold water. Do not wring; lay flat to dry, away from direct sunlight.

Leather Accessories: Spot clean with professional leather cleaner or a solution of warm water and a low percentage of mild dish soap.

Plastic and Rubber Accessories: Clean with warm water and a mild, preferably organic, soap. Rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth.

Metal Accents and Embellishments: Use a professional metal cleaner suitable for the specific metal type. For home care, a soft cloth lightly dampened with water or a mild soap solution can be used for cleaning. Always dry thoroughly to prevent tarnishing.

For all accessories, consider the material and craftsmanship. Delicate items or those with intricate details may require professional care to preserve their integrity and appearance. Always consult care labels or manufacturer's instructions where available.