These garments are made from 65% Cotton and 35% Silk, made in Italy by the most talented tailoring hands. The production of this group is a new standard that we introduced to our SS21 Collection, a masterful approach. The best possible Twill quality we could find, the silk provides it a very special touch, dry and cool, which would not be possible with just only cotton. Silk gives a natural imperfection what makes it the perfect fabric to spend a summer day while looking dressed; the high-end quality.
This is a general guide on how to care for your Cotton Silk Twill garment, helping you make your clothes look better and last longer.
GARMENT CARE DESCRIPTION:
DRY CLEAN OR COLD WASH CAREFULLY
Hand wash for longevity and not use the washing machine. If it is not very dirty, you can choose to dry clean, if it is hand wash separately in cold water with diluted mild soap or non ionic detergent (e.g. eco soap agent like nuts) and dissolve the soap in water first and make sure it does not come into direct contact. Avoid being in contact with acidic fluids, iron or copper while wet as the dye may change color. Do not bleach or scrub. Tip: Defer to the professionals when it comes to taking care of difficult stains, if you try the opposite it could be irreversible and have a worse result.
The best is to drip dry in the shade. Do not put in the dryer, it is better to allow the cotton silk garment to air dry flat, on a hanger. Gently pull the garment and shape it to return to its original shape as it begins to dry; it is essential never to excessive wringing wet cotton silk since it can be damaged easily.
Only use the steaming option to remove wrinkles. Cotton Silk should be ironed on the reverse side when it is still wet or with a pressing cloth for more precaution. Do not store in direct sunlight or in a damp place.