Clothing Care



  • Machine Wash. The number (30ºC, 40ºC, 60ºC, 95ºC) indicates the maximum wash temperature.

  • Machine wash with normal cycle and short spin. The number (30ºC, 40ºC, 60ºC, 95ºC) indicates the maximum wash temperature.

  • Hand wash at a maximum of 30ºC. Do not rub or wring.

  • Do not wash.

Bleach usage

  • Bleach can be used.

  • Bleach cannot be used.


  • High-temperature ironing: maximum 200ºC. Cotton, linen, or viscose.

  • Medium-temperature ironing: maximum 150ºC. Wool and polyester blends.

  • Low-temperature ironing: 110ºC. Natural silk, rayon, acetate, or acrylic.

  • Do not iron.

Dry clean

  • The letters (A, F, P) enclosed in circles indicate the suitable type of product for each garment (useful information for dry cleaning specialists).

  • Do not dry clean.


  • Tumble dry safe.

  • Do not tumble dry.

  • Tumble dry low heat.

  • Tumble dry normal heat.

  • Line dry.

  • Drip dry.

  • Hang to dry.


Natural Fabrics

  • Cotton is one of the most commonly used natural plant fibers. It is soft, elastic, durable, and has a high capacity for absorbing moisture.

  • Linen is a plant-based fiber obtained from the flax plant. It is characterized by being a strong, flexible, highly durable, and shiny fiber that absorbs moisture and perspiration.

  • Silk is a soft and shiny fiber that originates from the silkworm. It is the fiber with the best quality and appearance, characterized by its silky and smooth texture and its characteristic sheen.

  • Wool is a soft and elastic natural fiber of animal origin. It is characterized by its thermal capacity to absorb or evaporate water, depending on the external temperature, adapting to changes in body temperature.

Synthetic Fabrics

  • Viscose or rayon is a soft-touch fiber with characteristics similar to cotton and an appearance similar to wool or silk. It is characterized by its tendency to wrinkle easily and its high absorbency. It tends to shrink due to low resistance.

  • Polyester is a highly resistant synthetic fiber that does not wrinkle or shrink. It has multiple applications, whether alone or blended with natural and chemical fibers. It is economical and dries quickly.

  • Acrylic is a warm, soft and comfortable synthetic fiber. It is characterized by being highly resistant to both mild and harsh weather conditions. It is often mixed with wool to give it greater resistance.

  • Polyamide is a highly resistant and elastic synthetic fiber commonly known as Nylon. It deforms at high temperatures and does not absorb perspiration.

  • Elastane is a fiber used to give elasticity to garments. It is commonly known by the name of lycra and it is customary to mix it with other fibers.

  • Tencel, trade name for Lyocell, is a biodegradable synthetic fiber that comes from cellulose pulp. It is the most recently created fiber and stands out for being absorbent, resistant and soft to the touch, as well as being eco-friendly.