We recommend dry cleaning by a specialist. However, if you want to wash your clothes by hand, here are some maintenance tips. Each part is delicate and must be cleaned with care.

Line Care

To best respect silk, it should be dry cleaned or washed by hand, using natural detergents and at low temperatures; we suggest no more than 30°. Leaving silk in water may result in loss of shine. Avoid rubbing and submerge in water for a short time only. When drying, do not wring or use a dryer. Instead, lay it flat and let it dry naturally. If you are ironing this delicate fabric, iron inside out maintaining a temperature not exceeding 110° and avoid steam.

Lace care.

Due to the incredibly fine nature of lace, it must be treated with great care and attention to avoid damage during washing. Ideally, it should be hand washed. If you use a washing machine, be sure to use a gentle cycle at low temperatures. If ironing is necessary, use the lowest temperature possible to avoid burns or breakage.