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Edge Distressing

Edge distressing or grinding is the process of destruction on jeans form edges of the garment. When we look at old jeans we find it destroyed from the edges of pockets, fly area, belt and bottom. This used effect can…

Whiskers on Jeans

Mustaches or whiskers are one of the most important design of a used look garment. The idea of whiskers is taken form the worn out lines and impression patterns generated by natural wearing on hips and front thigh area. On old…

Dyeing Jeans

Garment dyeing in denim is mainly categorized in two classes 1- Direct Dyeing 2- Reactive Dyeing Let’s see it one by one Direct Dyeing             Direct dyeing some time also referred as Over Dyeing. As reflects in name, this dyeing does…

Stone Wash / Enzyme Wash

Stone wash sometime referred as Enzyme wash is most common in denim wearing. Typical in denim, due to its unique fabric construction gets antique look with time passing. An old jean is famous for the white and blue texture that…

General Steucture of Denim Garment Unit

This article mainely covers the central structure of a denim garment unit. It covers the core structure along with the brief structural description of departments. The departments and functions given here is the most exercised structure but it vary unit…

Acid Wash

This is the oldest of fashion washes in denim after stone wash. The name acid wash is in reference to the acids used for this wash in old recipes. In new methods it is done with oxidation. Use of bleach/oxidative…

Tie & wash Method

Tie & Wash also known as crunch wash or creaking pattern effect is very typical in high fashion articles. The process is very simple but results to marvelous looks. Garment is usually tied with white cotton strips and washed with…