sábado, 18 de abril de 2015

Bienvenido a Hombres en Jeans...

I take Him! Me lo llevo!
Tavi Castro

¿Cuál par de Jeans te llevas a casa hoy?





Denim Characteristics

The word "denim" comes from the phrase "serge de Nimes," referring to a fabric that originated in the French town of Nimes. The fabric was worn by cotton plantation workers in the 18th century because of its strength and ability to wear well. Known primarily in the present day as the fabric from which blue jeans are made, denim can be used to make jackets, skirts and other kinds of clothing and even upholstery.

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viernes, 17 de abril de 2015

¿Cual par de Jeans te llevas a casa hoy?

What Is Denim?

Denim is made from tightly woven fabric that usually comes from cotton warp yarn and white cotton filling yarn. The filling yarns are stretched across the width of the fabric and interlaced at 90-degree angles with warp yarns, which are also stretched the length of the fabric. This creates an interwoven pattern of diagonal lines called “twill weave.” There are two kinds of twill weaves: left hand twill, which is softer and runs diagonally from right to left, and right hand twill, which runs diagonally from left to right and is flatter and smoother.

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