Organic Flax Gots Handmade Tie in Paris Philippe Gaber

Organic Flax Gots Handmade Tie in Paris

Organic linen tie, handmade in Paris by Philippe Gaber.

Flax grown and harvested in Seine-et-Marne then woven in Belgium by the most prestigious House founded in 1864. Organic flax certified Gots

The bottom of the tie is either the bottom right, or the pointed bottom as well as the width of choice, proposed either in 4cm, 5cm or 6 cm.

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Organic Linen Tie Certified GOTS Hand Made in Paris by Philippe Gaber

Your Necktie is Handmade in Paris and is offered either bottom right or pointed end

The recommended Straight Bottom width is either 4 or 5 cm
The width in Bottom recommended is either 5cm, 6cm and 8cm
Length of the finished tie 146 cm

Philippe Gaber tries to design his ties on demand so that it is at the right length without additional charge and on simple request from philippe.

Finishing Bartack on both ends + ease (with silk thread from Maison Au Ver A Soie)
The inner soul of your tie is a woolen interlining.

Limited edition of 20 copies.

Organic linen: CULTURE / SHINING / FINISHING: SEINE & MARNE
WEAVING, ENNOBLISSEMENT: BELGIUM (House founded in 1864)
COMPOSITION: 100% Linen 'Organic Textile'
GOTS CERTIFIED FABRIC: YES
License number: 127401 issued by Ecocert Greenlife

HAND CUTTING / ASSEMBLING: PARIS
SILK WIRE: AUVERASOIE (French Living Heritage Company founded in 1820)
MANUFACTURED BY: PHILIPPE GABER PARIS
PACKAGING box / PAPER: FRANCE / RECYCLE FSC + ECOLABEL

GOTS is the abbreviation for GLOBAL ORGANIC TEXTILE STANDARD,

The GOTS repository takes into account the entire textile production process, covering:
Integrity and traceability of raw materials
The respect of environment
Consumer Health
Social criteria

Biological textiles: imposes that 95% of the fibers come from organic farming

The organic linen of your tie

Ultra luxury, this fabric is a unique and prestigious linen, harvested in France and woven in Belgium by the largest Linen House in Belgium founded in 1864.

Flax is a natural raw material and makes it possible to obtain some of the most durable fabrics in the world, distinguished in terms of ecology and sustainable production.

For the cultivation and finishing of flax, the weaver collaborates closely with a group of farmers from Seine-et-Marne, France, who have been cultivating organic flax and other organic crops for a decade.

Flax is certified GOTS as an internationally recognized standard for organic fiber certification. The GOTS label guarantees that throughout the production process, only the most ecological and socially responsible methods are used.

The weaving is ultra-luxury and totally natural, Fluid, very bright, very beautiful quality, really very pleasant to wear and touch, it has all the properties of a luxury and exclusive fabric for this summer.

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Care tips from PhilippeGaber

Wash your handkerchief at 30/40 ° C with similar colors using a detergent without optical brighteners, and without bleaching agents
Embroidered thread of 100% viscose Enka, does not fade and can be washed up to 90 °.
The thread will remain silky and luminous over time.
Do not use whitening agents for your embroidered handkerchiefs.
Dry in the open air on a wire or flat.
For an eco-responsible gesture, avoid using the fabric softener and replace it in the tray provided for this purpose with white vinegar!
Indeed, the vinegar is used to purify the linen, eliminates a large number of stains and makes disappear the unpleasant odors while preserving the colors and especially, it is a natural softener which softens the water and makes your laundry softer of more , and at the same time descaling your machine, 100% natural and organic!
To remove all grease stains, use Sommières earth (powdered stone, Montmorillonite) It is a 100% natural and ecological clay, safe for man and the environment.
Sprinkle a small pile of Sommières earth on your task and let it work overnight. The grease stain will peel off and come to nestle in the powder. Finally, to remove residues, shake the fabric or brush. This treatment can be renewed as many times as necessary because it will not damage the tissue.
Ironing: To have easier for ironing, I advise you to iron your handkerchief still slightly wet.
If it is already dry, moisten your handkerchief with a spray bottle, place it in an airtight plastic bag for half an hour to evenly distribute the moisture, and especially relax the fibers which will allow you to have a much easier ironing. (A very effective board for ironing for handkerchiefs but also shirts!)

Care tips for your Organic T-shirt made in Paris

Wash and iron your 100% organic cotton sweatshirt on the wrong side.
Dry in the open air on a wire or flat in the shade.
Do not tumble dry. No whitening.
For a more responsible gesture, avoid using the fabric softener. Replace it in the tray provided for this purpose with white vinegar!
Indeed, the vinegar is used to purify the linen, eliminates a large number of stains and makes disappear the unpleasant odors while preserving the colors and especially, it is a natural softener which softens the water and makes your laundry softer of more , and at the same time descaling your machine, 100% natural and organic!
To remove all grease stains, use Sommières soil (powdered stone, Montmorillonite). It is a 100% natural and ecological clay, safe for humans and the environment.
Sprinkle a small pile of Sommières earth on your task and let it work overnight. The grease stain will peel off and come to nestle in the powder. Finally, to remove residues, shake the fabric or brush. This treatment can be renewed as many times as necessary because it will not damage the tissue.
The shrinkage rate of your organic sweatshirt is up to 5%

Care for your scarf

To preserve all the prestigious quality of your scarf, I recommend Dry Cleaning.
In no case, an exclusive tailor-made fabric in such prestigious compositions, such as cashmere or pure new wool of lamb, is intended to be put in the machine.
That's why it's important to pay the closest attention to it.
After use, always unfasten your scarf and store it preferably laid flat without marking the folds, or hanging on a hanger.
Do not hang your scarf on the hook of a coat rack to avoid unsightly deformation.
If your scarf is wrinkled, you can iron it.
I recommend using a piece of cotton (paw wets) between your scarf and iron, to avoid burning or shine your scarf.
You can use steam ..
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