Care Guide

Recycled Nylon

A sturdy material that can stand a lot of wear and tear, recycled
nylon is made from nylon waste including old fishnets and plastic scraps. Broken down into its individual chemical components, recycled nylon is then recombined and formed into fibres which is woven into fabric.


A natural fibre obtained from sheep and other mammals that is spun into yarn and then woven. Wool is both crimped and elastic. Due to its elasticity, wool is prone to stretching, to help maintain its shape, always fold woollen garments rather than hanging and store on a flat surface.


A lightweight, natural and supple fabric that is heavenly soft to wear. Like all wool, Merino wool is durable and has insulating properties making it an ideal fabric for winter wear.


Durable and soft to touch viscose is a well-loved, semi-synthetic

LENZING™ ECOVERO™ viscose contains LENZING™ ECOVERO™ fibres derived from certified renewable wood sources using an eco-responsible production process that meets high environmental standards.