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Focusing on longevity in style and quality, the materials used in the collections are mindfully sourced to ensure minimal environmental impact. The capsules contain timeless pieces rising above seasonal trends and are meant to stay in our Soaked woman’s closet to be loved and cared for in years to come.

Leather is one of the most timeless materials, that if well cared for, will last a lifetime or more. Our leather styles are produced under the protocol of a leather industry stakeholder group called Leather Working Group. The group includes brands, manufacturers, suppliers, NGOs and end users. The objective being to develop and maintain a protocol that assesses the environmental compliance and performance capabilities of leather manufacturers and promotes responsible and appropriate environmental business practices within the leather industry.


How to care for leather

The woollen styles in our new capsule is certified by the Responsible Wool Standard. RWS is a global standard for animal welfare and agricultural practices in sheep farming. Production under this standard means that the animals the wool originates from lives under cruelty free conditions and can easily express normal behaviour. Furthermore, the land that the animals reside is responsibly managed and the supply chain is kept transparent. 


How to care for 100% wool

Viscose is a man-made regenerated cellulose fibre, which is derived from cellulose made from the dissolved wood pulp of trees. Viscose is the third most used fibre, after polyester and cotton.



How to care for viscose

Polyester fibres are extremely strong, durable and have wrinkle free properties. The ability of the fabric makes it long lasting and the need for replacement less frequent. Caring for recycled polyester is easy, but for the environment’s sake wash it on lower temperatures, air out or steam, if a wash is not absolutely necessary. Recycled Polyester is fast drying, so avoid the tumble dryer and air dry instead when possible.


How to care for polyester