You have just purchased a garment made from a selection of quality fabrics and tailored with the greatest care.
In order to preserve the original properties of the garment, we recommend following the care instructions on the composition label. Care instructions are shown with symbols which mean the following.
Backed by our 70 years of experience in producing underwear, ready-to-wear fashions and also clothing for professionals, we would like to give you a few tips that will allow you to keep your item looking new for as long as possible.
|Symbols underlined with one bar indicate the necessity of a milder mechanical process.
Symbols underlined with two bars indicate the necessity of a very mild mechanical process.
|Do not wash with water||Machine wash at 30°C||Machine wash at 60°C|
|Hand wash||Machine wash at 40°C||Machine wash at 95°C|
|No bleaching||Bleaching (and peroxide) allowed||Use only oxygen bleaches|
|Do not tumble dry||Dry at a low temperature (50°C)||Dry at a normal temperature (70°C)|
|Do not steam or iron||Iron at 110°C (steam not recommended)||Iron at 150°C|
Iron at 200°C Warning: Do not steam iron textiles containing acrylic or modacrylic fibers.
|Do not dry clean with a solvent||You may dry clean with any solvent except trichlorethylene||You may dry clean with any petroleum solvent|
Your machine has different cycles suitable for all kinds of textiles (wool cycle, gentle cycle, cotton cycle, synthetic cycle...)
Do not mix whites with dark or bright colors.
This will protect your garment from pilling, fading, and/or dulling.
This will protect serigraphs and accessories (buttons, beads,...) from mechanical aggressions.
Today’s detergents are very efficient but using too much can harm colors and natural textile fibers.
See instructions for your detergent on the back of the packaging.
Contact your city hall for information concerning the hardness of your water.
Detergent manufacturers have developed specific products for every type of textile:
Clothes dryers wear your clothes more quickly.
Softeners block the pores of the membranes which then lose their breathability.
Ironing will reactivate the water repellency of the fabrics.