Frequently Asked Questions
Wash your garment in cold water and, if you really want the best results, hang to dry. *We know your time is valuable, so if you're in a RUSH, you could use a dryer with the delicate/tumble dry low option. But remember, continued use of the dryer on our plastisol pressed garments may cause the plastisol to break down, leading to cracks, peeling, etc.
This means the garment is made, then dyed. Each piece comes out unique, with slight variations in shading of the color and distressed look.
With our garment dyed clothing, you should always wash separately, as it may transfer the color to other clothing within the wash cycle.
**All of our vintage black garmnets are pigment dyed
All of our clothing is made here in Los Angeles with few exceptions.
In case you notice a wrinkle on your garment, don't worry. Simply turn it inside out, ensuring that the iron is set to low heat.
Additionally, it's best not to iron directly over the design or woven labels, as this could damage or warp them.
Our collection of watches are what we consider to be (Splash Proof) We don't recommend anything more than slight water exposure, washing your hands or light rain is fine.
We always recommend taking the watch into a professional for resizing, a watch or jewelry shop in your area is ideal! In most cases the resizing is fairly inexpensive and the turn around is quite fast.
If you do insist on resizing yourself, we do provide resizing tools with every watch order.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – Small parts. PLEASE KEEP ALL SMALL PARTS (WATCH LINKS, SCREWS, ETC.) AWAY FROM CHILDREN.