Paolo Pecora's designs combine practicality with sophistication - case-in-point, this range of jackets. Available in a range of colors and styles, each jacket demonstrates the label’s impeccable craftsmanship, modern aesthetic and attention to detail.
Striking the ideal balance between classic and contemporary, Paolo Pecora constructs its designs from wool and cotton-blends, as well as denim and leather. Give your casualwear an easy upgrade, and layer over knitwear and T-shirts at the weekend.
To prolong the original condition of your product, we recommend cleaning the leather with a dry soft cloth and specialist cleaner. Persistent stains can be removed with a specialist leather cleaner. Although a leather protector won't safeguard leather from all abrasions, creases, and scuff marks, it is an extra step to take to ensure the leather ages well. Allow to dry, and use a leather protector or conditioner to finish.
Cotton is one of the most popular fabrics, and there are many different types of cotton fabric. We suggest checking the care instructions for the specific item before washing. 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. Cotton pieces can then be gently stretched to restore the original shape. Air dry cotton naturally.
To maintain the quality of your denim, turn your jackets inside out before washing and use a mild detergent. 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 color last longer, wash inside out with cold water, with like colors. Avoid excessive exposure to sunlight, bleach and harsh chemical cleaners. Avoid using a tumble dryer, instead hang your garment indoors to air dry naturally.
Before attempting to clean wool, we would always recommend checking the garment’s care label to ensure the cleaning method you plan to use will not cause shrinkage. Most wool is washable, with the main exception of structured pieces like suits, jackets and blazers, which are best spot cleaned. For wool that is suitable for washing, use a pH neutral detergent and select a gentle cycle on the machine with a temperature of 30°C or less to mimic the actions of traditional hand washing. 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. To ensure a silky, smooth appearance to your wool garment, iron inside-out on a low temperature setting, ideally when it is still damp.
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