Check the Care Label

Before washing any piece of clothing, it is essential to check the care label for specific instructions. The care label should provide guidance on the appropriate washing temperature, whether to use a tumble dryer or not and any other special instructions.


Sandwashed Cupro

Cupro is referred to as ‘vegan silk’, due to its luxurious feel and elegant drape. It is the closest alternative to silk. ‘Sandwashed’ refers to a fabric-washing process. A method that originally used very fine lava rocks to gently abrade the fibres of the fabric, buffing the cloth into a smooth and soft fabric that feels beautiful on the skin. It has thermo-regulating properties due to the fineness in nature, making it both cool in summer and warm in winter.

Wash - Apply a small amount of delicate detergent to cold water. Submerge your garment in the water and gently agitate the water with your hands to distribute the soap evenly. Rinse well and gently squeeze out excess water. The velvety sand-washed texture will always age gracefully.

Dry - Lay your gently washed garment flat in its natural form on top of a drying rack. Make sure to keep the cupro away from the dryer. The safest and most kind way to remove garment wrinkles is by using a steamer. If your alternative is to iron, use the cool setting and gentle iron on the reverse.

Store - Store your sand washed cupro garment hanging in a dry space with ventilation.


Angora Merino Knits

NYNE’s angora merino knits are ethically sourced. The fabric is a beautifully soft fluffy texture. Whilst it is light in weight it is incredibly warm.


Wash - As this fabric has natural self-cleaning properties, you don’t have to wash it nearly as often as you think. Only look to clean when it is visibly soiled. This is not a garment that needs to go to the dry cleaners. To respect the fibres of the garment and avoid shrinkage, always hand wash. Use cool to lukewarm water. Do not use ice-cold water; combined with soap it will shock the delicate fibres and could cause damage. Lukewarm water allows the fabric to relax and release any soil. Because the angora and wool are protein fibres pair your water with neutral Ph-balanced or acidic shampoo/ soap. Submerge and let soak for 20 minutes, occasionally stirring it gently. Drain the water and refill to rinse. Repeat the rinsing process until your water runs clear. Let the water drain thoroughly before the drying process.

Dry - Roll in a towel and gently push to remove any excess water. Lay your garment flat in its natural form over something with great airflow. Do not hang your Angora Merino knitwear out to dry - this will stretch the shape.

Store - Store folded and in a space with plenty of ventilation.

Tips - Put your garment in a bag and place it in the freezer for a few hours to revitalise the condition and stop any shredding fibres. If you find your knit has pilled due to friction from jewellery, opt for a pilling comb to remove any unwanted clumping of fibres and avoid using a razor on knits. Simply glide in the direction you want to remove the pilling from and your garment will look brand new!


Wool Coats

Lasting a lifetime in function and fashion, our NYNE wool coats are very low maintenance. The wool itself contains its very own natural antibacterial properties - making cleaning no more than an aired out breeze. Our Halle Coat has numerous components including a lining, shoulder pads, buttons, a nickel eyelet and buckle belt - all adding to the beautifully structured and classic shape. For this reason, we recommend dry cleaning only. One or two trips to the dry cleaners per year and/or after big spills is recommended. Once winter comes to an end and it is getting a rest, send it to the dry cleaners. A gentle dab of water on the tip of a cloth will fix up most small spills and lean towards a non-stick lint roller for getting rid of unwanted bits of fluff/hair (sticky lint rollers can leave a residue, ultimately making the collection of dust and unwanted fluff worse).


Caring for your coat throughout the year is essential. When you are not wearing it, store it hanging in a garment bag. Avoid misshaping by giving it plenty of room, free from the pressure of surrounding clothing. Lint roll and spot clean as needed to keep it looking fresh. We recommend airing your coat inside-out and out of the sun to get rid of any unwanted odours in the lining.

Triacetate Gauze

When it comes to delicate fabrics like triacetate gauze, it's important to take extra care during washing and maintenance to keep them looking their best. Triacetate Gauze is a beautiful fabric that is often used in high-end fashion garments, but it can easily become damaged if not handled properly. In this blog post, we'll cover some tips and tricks for washing and caring for triacetate gauze to help you maintain its beautiful appearance for years to come.

Wash - One of the most important things to keep in mind when washing Triacetate Gauze is that it should always be washed by hand. This is because the delicate nature of the fabric can cause it to become damaged in a washing machine. To wash your triacetate gauze garment, fill a sink or basin with lukewarm water and add a mild detergent. Gently swish the garment around in the water for a few minutes, being careful not to scrub or rub the fabric. Then, rinse the garment thoroughly with cool water to remove any soap residue.

Dry - After washing your Triacetate Gauze garment, it's important to handle it gently to prevent damage. To dry your garment, lay it flat on a clean towel and roll it up, pressing gently to remove excess water. Then, unroll the towel and lay the garment flat on a second clean towel to air dry. Avoid hanging the garment to dry, as this can cause the fabric to become misshapen. If your triacetate gauze garment becomes wrinkled, it can be ironed on a low heat setting. Be sure to use a pressing cloth or iron the garment inside out to prevent any damage to the fabric. It's important to avoid using a high heat setting or steam when ironing triacetate gauze, as this can cause the fabric to melt or become shiny.

Store - When storing your Triacetate Gauze garment, be sure to fold it carefully and avoid hanging it on a hanger for long periods of time. This will help prevent the fabric from becoming misshapen or stretched out. It's also a good idea to store your garment in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to prevent any fading or discoloration.

Triacetate Gauze is a beautiful fabric that requires special care to maintain its appearance. By following these tips for washing and caring for your triacetate gauze garment, you can ensure that it remains in excellent condition for years to come.

Stretch Suiting

Stretch suiting is a popular and versatile fabric used in the fashion industry for creating comfortable and stylish clothing. Its stretchy properties make it a great choice for creating fitted and flattering pieces, such as trousers, skirts, and blazers. However, as with any fabric, it is essential to know how to properly care for and wash stretch suiting to ensure it lasts for years to come. In this washing and care guide, we will provide tips and tricks to help you keep your stretch suiting looking its best.


Wash - Stretch suiting can be washed in a machine or by hand. If you choose to machine wash your stretch suiting, it is best to use a delicate cycle with cold water. This will help prevent the fabric from shrinking or losing its stretch. If you prefer to hand wash, use cool or lukewarm water and a gentle detergent. Rinse the fabric thoroughly and avoid wringing or twisting the fabric, as this can damage the stretchy properties.

Dry - After washing, it is best to air dry your stretch suiting. Avoid tumble drying, as this can cause the fabric to shrink or lose its stretch. Instead, lay the fabric flat on a clean, dry surface and let it air dry. Do not hang the fabric as this can cause it to stretch out of shape. Stretch suiting can be ironed on a low heat setting. To avoid damaging the fabric, use a pressing cloth between the iron and the fabric. This will help prevent any scorching or burning, which can ruin the stretchy properties of the fabric.

Store - To properly store stretch suiting, start by ensuring that the garment is clean and free of any stains. Then, either hang the garment on a hanger or fold it in a drawer. If you're hanging it, use a padded hanger to prevent any stretching or creasing of the fabric. Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and any moisture to prevent damage to the fabric. Following these simple steps will help preserve the shape and lifespan of your stretch suiting garments.


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