Dresses | Blouses
Care Instructions For Silk
Silk is a luxurious material that requires delicate maintenance. We recommend washing your silk garment by hand; submerge the garment in cold or lukewarm water with a mild soap. Gently stir the water with your hands, so that the soapy water can penetrate through the fibers. Avoid rubbing to remove a stain or wringing the garment. Do not soak the silk for more than five minutes in water, then rinse it thoroughly in cold water.
After washing the garment, pre-dry it by light compression without wringing or wringing it, then put it on a hanger to air dry it. It is not recommended to dry silk in direct sunlight or near a hot spring as this way discolor your garment. Machine spinning is not recommended as it could damage the natural fibers of the silk.
Our silk dries very quickly. When ironing, turn the garment inside out, use a cloth, and always choose the lowest iron temperature or use a steamer.
Care For Crystal and Patent Leather
This specific material requires some special precautions. We advise you to clean both the inside and the outside with make-up removing milk (or an essential cream aimed at leather items) on a cotton wool pad; use sparingly to avoid smearing. This will remove dirt and any small scratches.
- Please Avoid!
- We strongly advise against fixing anti-slip soles onto the original sole for any of the models with crystal uppers; an anti-slip sole makes the original sole too rigid, which risks leading to the upper part of the shoe splitting. We recommend using an anti-slip sole TOPY, which only covers a small part of the original sole, allowing it to remain supple. We advise you to waterproof plain or printed suede and fabrics or stretch microfibers to protect them from rain and other marks.
Waterproofing isn’t necessary; a damp cloth will clean them and eventually polish them with a specific product for this purpose.