Maintaining my vintage pieces
All our rooms have been the subject of a personalized cleaning by a professional.
We strongly recommend that you entrust the cleaning to a professional as well. Unless otherwise stated on the label and on the site, dry cleaning is necessary. Indeed, printed fabrics from the 60s and 70s can disgorge if they come into contact with water (Céline blouses from the 70s in cotton, silk or maco are among those pieces that are impossible to clean with water without seeing the patterns drool). 80s printed cottons are easier to care for.
As much as possible, store your parts away from the sun and protect them from moths with hanging cassettes sold in drugstores or wooden elements soaked in essential oils (be careful not to put them in contact with fabrics) .