Saint Laurent makes comfortable, easy-to-wear clothing, and the label’s selection of jackets stays true to form. Available in a range of colours and styles, each jacket demonstrates the label’s impeccable craftsmanship, modern aesthetic and attention to detail.
Delivering both comfort and a quality finish, Saint Laurent builds its pieces to last from denim and leather, as well as wool and cotton-blends. Whether for casualwear or smarter occasions, slip yours on smoothly over T-shirts and jumpers.
To prolong the original condition of your product, we recommend cleaning the leather with a dry soft cloth and specialist cleaner. Nothing can completely prevent scratches, scuffs and damage to leather, but a good leather protector will help. A specialist leather wax and cream can be applied to bring back shine when needed.
Whether your garment is cotton or cotton-blend, there is the possibility that it may shrink if not properly cared for. Cotton can sometimes be prone to shrinking when it is washed and dried, and to prevent this happening it is recommended to use water that is 30°C or below, either by hand or in the washing machine. Colored cotton garments should be turned inside out before washing. Before allowing to air dry naturally, cotton can be gently stretched when they come out of the wash to restore shape.
Before cleaning your denim, we would advise checking the care label on your garment and following the instructions carefully. Generally, denim can be hand washed or put in the washing machine. There may be specific styles that are dry clean only. It is worth noting that before denim is washed, the dye from your indigo pieces may rub off on light-colored fabric, leather and upholstery. To make colour last longer, wash inside out with cold water, with like colours. Denim should not be left in direct sunlight, as this can cause discoloration. Avoid using a tumble dryer, instead hang your garment indoors to air dry naturally.
Washing wool isn’t as challenging as it seems, and depending on the item, it is simple to spot clean or washable by hand or in the machine. Some wool pieces, such as a suit, blazer or coat, would benefit from spot cleaning. Otherwise, hand washing is often the safest way to treat wool, and requires lukewarm water mixed with a specialist wool detergent. To reduce the risk of shrinkage, soak your wool item in cold water before machine washing. Allow to dry naturally, away from radiators and direct sunlight. Hang structured wool, such as jackets and suits, to dry on hangers.
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