Vision is important, girls, but so is fabric, so we care a lot about them. We care about you and it is important for us that you feel good in our products. Here you will find useful information about the main materials we work with, as well as how to take care of for them to make you happy for a long time.
Natural material of plant origin, over 90% consists of cellulose. Cotton clothes are hypoallergenic, pleasant to the touch, allow the body to "breathe".
Care: It is recommended to wash cotton products by hand, but can also be washed in a washing machine at a temperature not exceeding 30- 40 degrees. Iron at a temperature not exceeding 170 degrees.
Synthetic fabric made from recycled pulp (wood, as in papermaking). The main advantage of this material is that it is "breathable" - it breathes well, does not evaporate and does not irritate the skin. We love it during the summer months.
Care: It is desirable to wash viscose products by hand or in a washing machine at a temperature of 30-40 degrees. Ironing at a lower temperature.
Translucent beautiful and spectacular fabric, made by weaving threads in a special way. It is produced by hand and machine and is widely used in the world of fashion.
Care: Wash by hand or in a washing machine in a delicate mode up to 30 degrees. Low temperature ironing.
Pleasant to the touch fabric with a smooth shiny surface. No elasticity.
Care: Wash in a delicate mode in a washing machine or by hand at a temperature of up to 40 degrees.
Fabric with a dense and soft to the touch texture. The effect is due to the thick moss on the front side of the fabric. It is made of natural silk or synthetic fibers.
Care: Velvet products can be washed both by hand and in a washing machine in a delicate mode.
Thick fabric made of cotton threads or synthetic fibers. It has a silky, smooth and shiny surface. It is used for making dresses and shirts, and sometimes it is also used for lining.
Care: To wash in a delicate mode at a temperature of up to 40-45 degrees and not more than 600 revolutions. Do not dry in direct sunlight. Iron at a temperature of no more than 110 degrees.
We adore it! Linen is very strong and durable. Interestingly, it has special bacteriological properties. A natural antiseptic that kills bacteria and prevents them from living on it. It is made of cellulose fibers and fibers extracted from the stems of the flax plant, from which the fabric is woven. It is difficult to get dirty, does not form hairy balls, easily absorbs water and dries easily. Read more about Linen in our blog here.
Care: Recommended to washes at low temperature because it shrinks. Can be ironed at medium temperature.
Dense and durable fabric with twill weave, from which Leviy Strauss made the first jeans. It stands out with good durability and comfort when worn.
Care: Allowed both by hand and washing in a delicate washing machine at a temperature of more than 30 degrees. Dry cleaning is not recommended.
Genuine leather :
Our leather products are of incredible quality and design and in unique unique series. Leather is a flexible, tough, relatively strong, durable and multifunctional material. It is relatively impermeable to water, although it is "breathable": it leaks air and water vapor.
Care: There are tanneries that can clean and treat clothes properly. If it is at home, always use a clean piece of cloth, without hairs. There are also products for cleaning and refreshing the skin, but before treating try in a hidden / internal / place to see how the skin will react. If treated properly, leather clothing can last a lifetime.
Eco leather :
Artificial fabric createdwith qualities very close to those of natural leather.
Comfortable, flexible, resistant to wear.
Care: In the presence of household dirt, immediately treat with a damp soft cloth and with slow movements. Then, be sure to wipe with a dry cloth.
Thin but strong waterproof fabric that is resistant to various weather conditions. < Care: Wash at temperatures up to 40 degrees, without the use of bleaching, emollients and chlorine-containing preparations. Iron at a temperature not exceeding 100 degrees.
Synthetic fabric with high quality and strength, which in characteristics and appearance resembles wool. It does not lose its shape and withstands various weather conditions, while remaining warm, light, soft and gentle to the touch. Pests such as moths do not prefer it.
Care: Clothes made of acrylic can be washed in warm water both by hand and in the washing machine. In knitting, it is important to know that fabrics such as wool, mohair, cashmere give softness and tenderness to the touch and wear, but in combination with fabrics such as acrylic, strength is achieved and do not lose shape.
Woolen fabric with thickening of the threads, similar to small knots, which form a wavy and rough surface. It stands out with the following qualities: softness, does not crease and has the ability to retain heat.
Care: It is necessary to wash boucle products at low temperatures (not more than 30 degrees.
< p> Cashmere : Cashmere wool is an extremely rare and unusual fabric.Cashmere is a luxury fabric with excellent aesthetic and functional characteristics.It is very delicate and with improper care can be irreparable damaged or destroyed.
Care: Hand wash in lukewarm water or a delicate woolen program. Ironing at low to medium temperature and with steam.
Wool fibers are extremely valuable, they are obtained from sheep, goats, rabbits, llamas, vigna, alpaca, guantaco. It is important to know that fabrics such as wool give softness and tenderness to the touch and wear, but in combination with fabrics such as acrylic, strength is achieved and not loses shape.
Care: Hand wash in lukewarm water or a delicate program for woolen products. Low to medium ironing with steam.
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Mohair is a fabric or yarn made from angora goat hair. Both durable and elastic mohair are distinguished by their high gloss and are often used in fiber blends to add these qualities to textiles. Mohair absorbs the paint extremely well.
Care: Hand wash in lukewarm water or a delicate program for woolen products. Ironing at low to medium temperature and with steam.
The finest wave is angora. Despite its wonderful characteristics, angora wool has one significant drawback - that it is easily felted. To avoid this problem, it is often mixed with another wool - for example, in the composition of yarns sold on the market, there is usually 30-50% angora wool. This avoids felting the yarn over time and keeps the knits airy.
Care: Hand wash in lukewarm water or a delicate woolen program. Low to medium ironing with steam.
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