Product Care


Fur/Leather
When you are done wearing your fur for the season, send it to your local furrier for professional storage. The more time a fur is in cold storage, the longer it will last. To store your fur garments in your closet we suggest you.

  • Choose a cold place. Furs like cold.

  • Hang your fur/leather on a contoured hanger to protect its shape and fit.

  • Avoid leaving your fur/leather hanging in a bright place, the light can oxidize them.

  • Never keep your fur/leather in a plastic bag, it can dry out both fur and leather.

  • Put mothballs in a fabric and place it near the fur.

Winter Season Tips
  • Normally it is OK to wear your fur in snow or light rain.

  • If your fur/leather gets wet, shake it out and hang it to air dry.

  • Keep your fur/leather away from direct heat, such as a radiator, which can cause both fur and leather to dry out.

  • Avoid spraying perfumes and hairsprays on your fur/leather.

  • When you have your furs cleaned, take them only to an Authorized Fur care Specialist or QUALIFIED furrier.

  • Fur knitted items are delicate, we recommend gentle care. 

Leather Sandals

Suede and leather sometimes can be hard to clean. Water is leather's enemy.

  • Do not soak your sandals.

  • Use a damp cloth to clean off any dirt.

  • Rub suede with a clean dry towel, always rub suede in one direction.

  • Remove from suede the stains or marks by gently rubbing them with a clean pencil eraser, or brush your suede with a suede brush, which has soft bristles with wire inserts (most stores sell this in the shoe area for suede shoes).

  • You need to break them in.

 

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