How do I care for your fabrics?

We wash test our fabrics before cutting to ensure both the fabrics and prints are colour fast and to check any shrinkage is within the industry standard of less than 2-3%.

Please refer to the care instructions on the product. We recommend washing inside out in cold water with a mild detergent. Handwashing is highly recommended. Do not use fabric softeners, stain removers or bleach. Dry in shade immediately after washing. Do not tumble dry. Do not dry clean. Warm iron on the reverse side.

Our denims are designed to fade over time, so please wash separately.

If you have chosen to launder your product in an unsuitable detergent or not in the recommended way, we cannot take responsibility for damage to the fabric.

Any small inconsistencies in the printing are not considered a fault but are inherent to printing on natural fabrics.

How do I care for your garments?

We recommend handwashing garments inside out.

If you choose to machine wash. Wash inside out in a garment bag on a delicate cold wash cycle.

Always iron on the reverse side to avoid marking the face of the fabric.

Denim fabrics are designed to fade and soften over time. The fabric is made from indigo and white yarns and lines may appear at the seams, which is natural for the type of fabric.

Cottons, linens, and other natural fabrics will soften over time.

Lyocell is a form of rayon. It is regarded as a sustainable fabric and is known for its softness and drape. When wet it can feel stiff, but it will go back to its state when ironed.

Wool and wool blends should be handwashed to avoid shrinkage. Please refer to care label on the garment.

Never rub printed garments as it can destroy the print and cause pilling on knitted jersey. If you spill something, gently blot the affected areas.

We take no responsibility in the event of a faulty garment where special care instructions were not followed. Please also refer to the care label on all garments for washing instructions.