Undo all buttons and wash at 30°C. Stretch the collar gently and dry flat on a towel. Tencel should never be tumble-dried. If you need to iron it, use a cool iron. The texture will get rather stiff after washing due to the drying of the natural oils. However, the material will soften up again when being used.
Pro tip: Use a steamer to speed up the softness process after wash.
Our linen products should be washed at no more than 30°C, and should not be tumble-dried. You may gentle stretch and reshape the linen garment when it is damp. To avoid wrinkles, linen garments should be hung. Use a cool iron in case of wrinkles. The texture will get rather stiff after washing. However, the material will soften up again when being used.
Shoes in leather: We solely recommend handwashing for our leather shoes. Suppose the shoes have been worn extensively over a short time; you should clean them by preparing hot water with some detergent and gently using a sponge to wipe away dirt. To avoid rupture, use shoe blocks between wears. And remember, shoes also need a rest from time to time.
Shoes in suede: The best investment you can make for your suede shoes is a suede brush. The brush is easy to use and will clean off any dust and minor stains - keeping your shoes in an excellent finish without them looking too worn out. When buying a pair of suede footwear, you should spray some protection two times with a 24-hour delay between each session to protect the shoes best way possible.
A waxed jacket is a timeless piece meant to last a lifetime and help you through unpredictable weather. However, to keep its water repelling attributes for years, some care is needed.
The jacket should never be washed in a washing machine, be dry cleaned, tumble dried, or ironed since it will permanently damage the wax coating. Moreover, hot water, soap, direct sunlight, and heat should be avoided.
We recommend that you clean the jacket by firstly gently brushing off any visible dirt or excess wax on the jacket. When the first step is done, spot cleans the jacket using a cold-damped towel. If necessary, use cold water and a sponge to gently wipe down the outside of the jacket. Once this step is finished, hang the jacket to dry. It is always a good idea to reproof the jacket by re-waxing it. We recommend annual reproofing to maintain the jacket's water repelling.