How are our clothes made?


We use a printing method called sublimation. During this process, the inks are projected in a gaseous state onto the garment by heat presses, so that they cover the entire surface of the garment. The prints visible on our models look much better in print than on screen.

We use the very latest Digital Textile Printing (DTG) methods to offer a wide range of printable garments and color options. We use high quality inks that will not fade for a long time provided they are well cared for.

We suggest you follow the care tips on this page to learn how to properly care for your printed garments.

All over print garments can be machine washed cold with like colors.

  • Do not bleach.
  • Do not dry clean or tumble dry.
  • Iron at low temperature.
  • Do not use fabric softeners
  • Use non-chlorine bleach

Printed garments can be machine washed cold, inside out on gentle cycle with mild detergent and like colors.

DTG printed garments can be machine dried on a gentle cycle, but line dry is best. As for ironing, iron with low iron on the reverse. Do not iron the print.

Follow these instructions carefully to avoid fading and cracking of the print, and shrinkage of the garment, which can occur if you wash or dry at high temperatures.

The one-piece swimsuit, the top and the bottom of the all-over high-waisted eco-responsible swimsuit must be washed by hand. You can iron recycled bikinis at low temperature.

Sublimation towels can be machine washed cold with like colors at 30ºC (86ºF) maximum. Tumble drying can be used on a reduced cycle if necessary.