Leather Care Guide
Scanlan Theodore leather pieces are constructed from leather, crafted in Europe by an atelier internationally renowned for its leather work. This fine lambskin leather is utilised for its lightweight and luxuriously soft texture, small grain and silky touch. Being a natural skin, it is by nature more delicate than other fabrications, including heavier weight leathers. As such, the utmost care must be taken when handling and wearing our leather pieces.
Benefits of Leather
- Soft and supple
- Natural skin
How to wash Leather
Should your leather garment require a clean, we recommend a gentle spot clean by hand with a damp cloth. While spot cleaning, be mindful to avoid excessive rubbing or exposure to excess water and ensure that the colour of your cloth is neutral. Should your leather piece require a more substantial clean, we recommend taking your garment to a leather specialist for cleaning. Scanlan Theodore leather should not be dry-cleaned, as the chemicals may cause damage and ultimately compromise the integrity of the fabrication.
- Do not dry clean
- Spot clean with water or specialist leather clean only
- Do not apply any chemicals to the fabrication
How to care for Leather
Lambkin leather should be put on delicately and with care, as you would a pair of fine stockings. Be sure to avoid direct heat, sharp or abrasive surfaces during wear.
How is the Leather sized for garments
We recommend that our clients size up in our leather pieces if in between sizes as this luxurious natural skin is not designed to stretch.
Scanlan Theodore’s Leather Garments and Leather Clothing are of the finest quality with our signature modern elegant styles, these timeless pieces exude luxury for any wardrobe. To ensure longevity, these pieces need to be treated with the utmost care. We have shared some guidance to ensure that your piece stands the test of time and can be enjoyed for years to come, just as it was designed to. If you have any further questions, please submit a request to our Client Experience Team.