Care guide


Silk is a very delicate material and should always be worn with care. We recommend removing your jewellery before putting silk pieces on or off, to ensure that the fabric remains free of tears and the condition of the silk is preserved.

Store your silk in a cool, dry and well-ventilated place. Avoid storing silk fabrics in plastic, as these fabrics need to breathe.


Linen is a very durable material that becomes softer and more beautiful with wear. Due to the loose weave of linen, the surface of the fabric is coarsely textured and natural variations or “bumps” can occur.

The nubs provide an organic look and are a natural feature of the fabric. Thanks to its durability, linen is the perfect partner for creating a wardrobe of timeless, long-lasting pieces.

Store linen products as flat as possible to avoid wrinkles and creases.

Sequins, embroidery, ostrich feathers

Garments with sequins, ostrich feathers, beads or other embellishments should never be machine washed or tumble dried. They should also not be ironed to prevent damage. Steaming, on the other hand, is an excellent way to keep garments looking fresh and fight bacteria at the same time. However, please take care when steaming garments: Do not hold the appliance too close to the fabric and steam from the inside out.


Our jewelry deserves just as much loving care as our clothes. The same rules apply here: avoid contact with fragrances, acetone, creams or water. Take your jewellery off before doing sports, swimming or showering to avoid putting unnecessary strain on it. A soft cloth is perfect for cleaning. Cleaning agents are usually not necessary. Store your jewellery in a dry, cool place.


Make sure to follow these rules when caring for your swimwear:

– Do not roll up or crinkle when wet
– Rinse thoroughly after use
– Dry in the shade
– Do not bleach or iron
– Avoid contact with sunscreens, oils and rough surfaces