Collection – Can Pep Rey

Collection

PROSCIUTTO RAW COTTON SILK TWILL 

FABRIC DESCRIPTION

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.

DRIP DRY

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. 

LOW IRONING 

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.

NEYMAR BIO

FABRIC DESCRIPTION 

The sustainable Italian fabric is made of 81% Organic Cotton and 19% Tencel, manufactured in Portugal. Tencel fabric comes from the wood pulp of trees that are grown and replaced on specialized tree farms, produced using recyclable, earth-friendly solvents. When blended with Organic Cotton, Tencel adds wrinkle-resistance and the lustrous feel of silk, leaving the fabric lighter. We opt for this amazing fabric since it is ideal breathable summer material. These pieces are the perfect travel essentials for day to day; easy to maintain and to wash.

This is a general guide on how to care for your Organic Cotton Tencel blended garment, helping you make your clothes look better and last longer. 

GARMENT CARE DESCRIPTION

HAND WASH

Hand wash with similar colours and with cold water. Separate linens from other items in the wash - especially polyester which tends to create pilling, and items with heavy zippers, which can damage the fabric. 

DRYING

Line drying is recommended. Shake out damp linens before placing them in the dryer - tumble dry on low heat until slightly damp. Never use a high heat setting or over dry; this will weaken the fibers, leading to shrinkage and shorten the life of linens.

IRONING & STEAMING

Remove from the dryer when still slightly damp to prevent wrinkles. Smooth and fold or press with an iron if desired.

COTTON MODAL MIX

FABRIC DESCRIPTION

Fabric made in Italy, 50% Cotton and 50% Cotton Modal, and garment made in Portugal. Lightweight, stretchy, and breathable natural textile that takes beech tree pulp and turns it into an eco-conscious, durable option for a pure cotton blend. The blend of Cotton and Modal gives enough structure, refreshing lightness and softness. Characterised to be very thin and airy handfeel, the summer essential fabric for every vacation. Makes you look relaxed and dressed elegantly at the same time. 

The cotton modal pieces are our evergreen and permanent item on all our Summer Collections - are a must have.

This is a general guide on how to care for your Cotton Modal garment, helping you make your clothes look better and last longer.

GARMENT CARE DESCRIPTION

WASH CAREFULLY 

Cotton needs to be washed a little more often since it does not have the natural anti-bacterial and odour-resistant properties. We suggest washing it at 30°C or hand wash for spot treatments, in order to expose the yarn to less stress prolonging the lifetime of the garment. Since its colored garments, we recommend turning them inside out before washing, for the purpose of protecting the outer surface of the fabric.

DRY NATURALLY 

This fabric is characterized by having a quick drying. In this step, give a gentle stretch or shake when the piece comes out of the washing machine to get them back into its natural shape. To prevent shrinkage or deformation in the drying process, the yarn should be air-dried and out of the sun if possible and dry it on a plane surface. 

IRONING & STEAMING

Cotton garments often don’t need ironing if you gently shake or stretch them when they come out of the washing machine and let them dry on a plane surface. If the garments do need ironing, then we recommend placing a slightly damp cloth over the thread to avoid direct heat ruining the material or using the steam setting on the iron. Tip: You can hang these garments e in your bathroom since with the heat and steam of the same shower the wrinkles go away and you get a natural ironing.

 

AIRY COTTON SILK MIX

FABRIC DESCRIPTION 

Cotton and Silk fabric made in Italy (75% and 25% respectively). This blend is super light and incredibly strong, but airy structure. The garment has a natural irregularity caused by the silk, which gives a very modern touch. The airy structure makes the material very flexible and stretchy without the need of Elastane. The look of the material is slightly see through, high-end and mellow at the same time. Perfect for traveling since the structure won't show you any wrinkles, wear it directly after unpacking it from your suitcase.

This is a general guide on how to care for your Cotton Silk garment, helping you make your clothes look better and last longer.

GARMENT CARE DESCRIPTION

DRY CLEAN 

We recommend you dry clean. 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.

DRIP DRY

Do not put in the dryer. The best is to drip dry in the shade, to allow the cotton silk garment to air dry flat or on a hanger. 

LOW IRONING 

Only use the steaming option to remove wrinkles. Cotton Silk should be ironed on the reverse side. Do not store in direct sunlight or in a damp place.

 

EQUAL COTTON SILK BLEND

FABRIC DESCRIPTION

The Japanese fabric is made of 50% Silk and 50% Cotton. The blend combines positive characteristics of each into a single textile. It is a luxurious classic jersey, has a vintage touch with a rough silk structure. This high quality fabric is lightweight and comfortable. 

This is a general guide on how to care for your Cotton Silk garment, helping you make your clothes look better and last longer.

GARMENT CARE DESCRIPTION

DRY CLEAN OR WASH CAREFULLY 

We suggest washing it at 40°C or hand wash for spot treatments, in order to expose the fabric to less stress prolonging the lifetime of the garment. Since its colored garments, we recommend turning them inside out before washing, for the purpose of protecting the outer surface of the fabric.

DRIP DRY

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. 

LOW IRONING 

Press on low with a steam iron to remove any wrinkles, or leave unpressed for a relaxed look. 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.

KNITWEAR

FABRIC DESCRIPTION

Our knitwear is made from 100% Virgin Wool, sourced in Italy and knitted in Belgium. Wool fibers come from sheepskin and pieces made from it can last for decades. It is more resistant, elastic and of higher quality than other wool. Pure virgin wool is naturally breathable, water repellent, durable and insulating. This type of wool is soft and does not itch. 

This is a general guide on how to care for your Knitwear garment, helping you make your clothes look better and last longer.

GARMENT CARE DESCRIPTION 

WASH CAREFULLY 

This knitted garment requires delicate care. Pure virgin wool pieces can be machine washed, but it isn’t recommended. If you want to do so, use a special wool detergent and a wool wash cycle or cold wash. For added protection during machine washing, use a washing bag or mesh cloth. Hand washing is the most recommended treatment, both in cold or warm water. Use an organic detergent such as soap nuts, wash the garment gently without pulling the fabric and without soaking for a long time.

DRY NATURALLY 

We recommend drying your pure virgin wool garment flat and lying. Also, you can lay a towel on the floor and top the piece of clothing to absorb moisture, then switch sides after a day. Drying this type of fiber in the dryer is prohibited and it is not recommended to hang wet knitwear as they stretch and lose their natural shape.

DO NOT IRON

We recommend not ironing your garment to avoid damaging it, as it will naturally straighten after drying. However, if necessary, you can iron the garment slightly inside out at a very low temperature and use a cloth to preserve the fiber. 

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