Design and production are very important, but what we want to ensure,
is that our clothes are carrying out their mission, after being shipped to the final consumer.
We would like to give you some tips on how to treat the garments at home, so you can minimize the impact of the washing process on the environment.
80% of pollution from fashion, happens after you take the garment home
Using cold water for washing your clothes minimizes the usage of energy needed to heat the water. Most of our garments should be washed at low temperatures or cold.Wash more, but less often
Try to gather as many pieces as possible for one load, by doing this you can save energy, money, and water. It doesn’t take much to be in charge of the conscious washing process.Skip the tumble dryer
When possible, skip the tumble dryer…Did you know that drying a load every two days creates around 440kg of CO2e each year, which is equivalent to flying from London to Glasgow and back with 15-mile taxi rides to and from the airports?Spot cleaning
If any of your lovely dresses or shirts get a stain, try to wash that tiny spot only. The less you wash your clothes, the longer they will keep their original quality.