We want to support you in taking proper care of your products & repairing them when needed so that they can last in your closet for as long as possible.

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How to Clean

  • Read the care label for the garment, and follow as instructed.
  • Some garments required to be dry clean only. This is often due to other fabrics used as finishing details or structuring elements, such as linings, in the garment.
  • We recommend using a green dry cleaner, if available.
  • Machine washing cold, using the gentle cycle, is appropriate for many garments. For best results, place the garments inside a mesh bag when using the washer.
  • Drip drying is preferable to machine drying.
  • Steam to remove wrinkles and rejuvenate your garment. If you don’t have a steamer handy, use an iron set to the “steam” setting, and hover over the item—avoid making direct contact.
  • If you must touch up the garment with an iron, use a warm iron only with the garment inside out. Too much direct heat may scorch the fabric.
How to Store

  • Hang on a non-slip hanger.