CARE GUIDE - TROUSERS & CHINOS
HOW TO CARE FOR CUSTOM MADE TROUSERS & CHINOS
Dry clean only, but only when necessary. Every six months may be enough. Invest in wooden clamp hangers, and hang trousers from the bottom cuffs to air and de-crease. Rotate suit trousers on a daily basis. When pressing, place a dry cloth between the iron and the fabric. Or use a steamer.
Whether smart or casual is the order of the day, chinos should always be spotless.
Wash at a maximum of 30/40 degrees. To avoid marking the fabric, turn inside out to iron. Iron downwards (along the leg). This helps to maintain the length of the cloth. Do not tumble dry
ADAM PEATY: IN THE SWIM
WE DIVE STRAIGHT IN AT THE DEEP END WITH QUESTIONS FOR OUR SPORTING HERO
It’s ironic that having once been phobic of water, Britain’s favourite swimmer and Olympic champion holds the fastest 100m breaststroke time in history.
THE SUNSET PARTY
CELEBRATION OF AN ITALIAN SUMMER
Guests Loro Piana showcased their full collection of luxurious cloths at the Clements and Church Sunset party.
THE ART OF PACKING
TAILORS TIPS ON HOW TO PACK LIGHT AND STILL LOOK SHARP
To get a true capsule wardrobe, take items that work with one another; can be interchanged throughout your trip and can be layered to create different looks. Be clever with your packing and use small items to fill spaces inside shoes.