Most of the Rouje knits are made in Italy, a country known for its unique knitwear savoir-faire. We've been working with the same suppliers since the beginning of Rouje: Nono, Lino or Tina cardigans were born at home. Every season, the clothing workshops surprise us with their knowledge of embroidery, stitching or fantasy stitching. Our suppliers are also committed to respecting animal welfare practices.
How to preserve Rouje knitwear?
Step 1- Prefer a delicate cold wash, ideally by hand. A short cycle is better as well as using a delicate detergent.
Step 2- Softly squeeze the garment, without twisting it. Dry on a clean cloth. Place the sleeves flat so that they do not deform. Avoid pulling the garment and bear in mind that the shape it will have when wet will be the same when dry.
Step 3- No need to iron. But if necessary, use a very delicate iron and a damp cloth (a damp cloth to avoid direct contact of the hot iron with the fabric).