Founded in 2010, The Travel Almanac is focused not only on the traditional notion of physical travel but the ways in which movement and location permeate all aspects of contemporary life. The newest issue, number #17 featuring contributions by and conversations with: Matt Dillon, Anne Imhof, Slowthai, Laura Lee, Collier Schorr, Ronald Akili, Craig McDean, Philippe Jarrigeon, Thomas Lohr, Kira Bunse, Sean&Seng + Florence Special & City Syndromes, The Patty Hearst Story.
HOW TO MAKE YOUR GARMENTS LAST
We believe that the maintenance of any garments is core and a way of showing love for your garments. We do our very best to create beautiful, sustainable, and long-lasting products, but to get the most out of them and keep them as sustainable as possible they need to be cared for.
Keep clean, but don’t wash too often. It’s natural to want to clean and neat for your garments, but please wear your shirt more than one day before you throw it into the washer. Often, garments don’t need a wash but simply a bit of fresh air, a brush, or some ironing will do the trick.
The result of not washing your garment that often? Your favorite garment would last longer, save water, and be good for the environment.
But there’s more to it than that, taking care of your garments doesn’t take more time or effort - it will save you time. All it takes is a little know-how, so here we gathered a few tips to help maintain your garments and making the most out of your investment and keeping our planet in good shape.