Materials


We attach great importance to the durability, quality and recyclability of our textiles. That is why the majority of our clothing is made from pure fabrics. This means that these textiles consist of only one fiber. Pure fabrics are very easy to recycle and require less energy to separate or split the materials. Therefore they are also an important component of a circular economy. Here are a few tips for caring for delicate fibers:

Wool

Use wool detergent. Wash at a maximum of 30°, as wool can otherwise become matted or shrink. Use wool/hand wash. Always dry wool flat, otherwise the garments may lose their shape. Wool garments should never be tumble dried.

Wool

Use wool detergent. Wash at a maximum of 30°, as wool can otherwise become matted or shrink. Use wool/hand wash. Always dry wool flat, otherwise the garments may lose their shape. Wool garments should never be tumble dried.

Silk

Use mild detergent. Wash at a maximum of 30°. Use hand wash / delicate wash. Do not wring out silk, only hang up. Silk should never be tumble dried! Iron silk at a low temperature and do not apply too much pressure. Place a cotton cloth in between if you want to iron the product at a higher temperature.

Silk

Use mild detergent. Wash at a maximum of 30°. Use hand wash / delicate wash. Do not wring out silk, only hang up. Silk should never be tumble dried! Iron silk at a low temperature and do not apply too much pressure. Place a cotton cloth in between if you want to iron the product at a higher temperature.

Linen

Only wash linen in a half-full washing machine. To avoid heavy creasing, use the delicate cycle and reduce the spin speed. We recommend a mild organic detergent. Dyed linen should only be washed at a maximum of 40°. Do not put linen in the dryer, hang it up to dry. Linen can be ironed hot.

Linen

Only wash linen in a half-full washing machine. To avoid heavy creasing, use the delicate cycle and reduce the spin speed. We recommend a mild organic detergent. Dyed linen should only be washed at a maximum of 40°. Do not put linen in the dryer, hang it up to dry. Linen can be ironed hot.