LINEN AND RAMIE COTTON
Linen garments should be stored in a cool, dry place when not in use.
Linen is prone to creasing, so lightly steam-press your garment when it is slightly damp for a crisper look. You can also reduce creasing by hanging your clothes rather than folding them.
Always wash linen in cool water with mild detergent and follow any care instructions on the label. You should also avoid tumble drying linen because it can shrink.
STORAGE FOR LEATHER AND SUEDE
When leather can breathe, it is at its happiest. Your new piece should be kept in a well-ventilated area, away from direct sunlight, and inside the dust bag or box provided.
CARE FOR LEATHER
Apply a high-quality water-proofing spray liberally before displaying your new leather, and repeat once a year. To keep your leather looking great, use a conditioner on it on a regular basis. It is up to you how frequently you condition your leather, but a good rule of thumb is 6 months for shoes and jackets and 6-12 months for bags.
Wipe away dirt or blemishes with a damp cloth, but don't use too much water as this can damage the leather.