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Cotton is a soft natural fiber. When using organic cotton, the cotton is grown without the use of pesticides. This fabric is easy to maintain and can handle heavy laundry treatments.
Washing:
We advise to wash your cotton garment not higher than on 30°C the first few times to prevent shrinkage. After the first few washes it can be washed at higher temperatures. All types of detergents can be used and use bleach only for white colors.
Drying:
Cotton is sensitive to discoloration by the sun. Do not let cotton - especially the first few times - dry in direct sunlight. When using a dryer, the fabric may shrink or crease, so do not set the temperature of the dryer too high. We advise you to dry your cotton clothes inside out in the dryer to prevent damage.

Cashmere is known for its fine and soft quality which must be handled with care. Cashmere is a fabric that will last a long time when it is treated well.
Washing:
Cashmere clothes should not be washed in the washing machine. Wash it carefully and inside out by hand in lukewarm water with a mild detergent. Do not wring out the garment, otherwise it might lose its shape. You can also take your cashmere clothes to the dry cleaner. This is recommended for certain garments, see the wash & care labels in your garment.
Drying:
Cashmere should not be dryed in the dryer. Gently squeeze the excess water out of the garment after washing. It is best to let your cashmere clothes dry lying down flat, if you dry it hanging it might lose its shape and stretch out.

Polyester is a strong, synthetic fiber that is often mixed with natural fibers to promote elasticity, reduce creasing of the fabric and to help the garment keep its shape. Our recycled polyester fabrics are made of recycled materials which lead to 75% less CO2 emissions during the process and therefore it is much better for the environment. It has the same properties as new polyester.
Washing:
Most polyester garments can be machine washed with a maximum temperature of 40ºC. Use of fabric softener makes this fabric less static and makes ironing easier. Use a fine washing program for polyester garments.
Drying:
We advise to hang your polyester clothes to dry. When there is excessive water after washing you can also dry it manually. Roll the garment in a towel to get out most of the water and then hang it out again. Drying in the dryer is only possible at a low temperature.

Elastane is a synthetic fiber that is added to make fabrics more elastic and provides more wearing comfort. By adding elastane, a garment easily returns to its original shape after wearing and stretching out.
Washing:
When a fabric contains a percentage of elastane, we recommend washing it in the washing machine at maximum 30 degrees. Hot washing is not recommended, because it reduces the elasticity of the garment, please follow the advice in the washing labels.
Drying:
If there is elastane in a garment, we recommend not to dry it, so that the elasticity retains its shape.

Polyamide is a strong synthetic fiber, it is durable and keeps its shape well. It feels soft and the fabric breathes. This helps to keep your body at a comfortable temperature.
Washing:
Polyamide can be washed in the washing machine. Note, it may only be washed with cold water, with a detergent, but without bleach. Check the wash & care labels for your specific garment.
Drying:
Garments made of polyamide shrink in the dryer, so just hang or lay your garment to dry.

Lyocell is a 100% natural fiber, better known as Tencel. The fabric has a rich appearance, is strong and absorbs very well. The fabric feels soft, like silk and is cool, just like cotton.
Washing:
Lyocell can be washed at high temperatures. If the fabric is mixed with cotton or rayon it is best to be washed by hand, please follow the advice in the washing labels.
Drying:
The first time you dry your garment it could shrink up to 3%. We recommend drying in the dryer at low temperatures. Tencel fabrics can feel hard after letting them dry hanging or laying down, if that is the case, you can put the garment in the dryer with a soft towel and dry at a low temperature..

Modal is a semi-synthetic material. It is a viscose with improved characteristics. It is very comfortable, absorbs well and is resistant to frequent washing. Do not hang modal garments on hangers in your closet but keep them rolled up or folded in the cupboard, to prevent the garment from losing its shape and leaving visible hanger marks on the garment.
Washing:
Delicate modal items can best be washed cold and by hand with a fine detergent. Non-delicate modal garments can be washed cold on a short washing program.
Drying:
We recommend that garments of modal should be dried lying down and not in direct sunlight, so the clothes will keep their shape and color.

Viscose is a semi-natural fiber and looks and feels much like silk. It is a fine and soft fabric that feels very comfortable.
Washing:
Viscose is best hand washed with a mild detergent, or at low temperatures and a fine washing program in the washing machine. Follow the instructions on the wash & care labels.
Drying:
Viscose should not be dried in the dryer, you can dry it hanging or lying flat. Be careful with the use of pegs as this can leave prints on your garment.

Rayon is a synthetic fiber that feels silky soft. It is a strong fabric that absorbs well. The fabric has a beautiful shine and feels smooth, which makes it very comfortable to wear.
Washing:
Rayon is delicate, so our advice is to hand wash it with cold water. Never use bleach or aggressive detergents, because this can damage the fabric
Drying:
Never use the dryer at rayon, the fabric is very fragile when it is wet. Do not wring out the garment after washing and let it dry flat.

Nylon is a strong, synthetic fiber that is usually used in combination with other materials to make the fabric smoother and more elastic. Nylon can quickly discolor and become static.
Washing:
Wash nylon garments at low temperatures in the washing machine with normal detergent.
Drying:
In the dryer at low temperatures. Your garment can become static after washing. You can reduce this by adding special dryer cloths during the drying process. The garment can also be dried hanging or lying down, but don’t let it dry in direct sunlight to prevent discoloration.