Denim Lookbook 2019
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Introducing our new line of denim jeans! We now carry a variety to choose from and incorporate into your personal style. Here's a look at the different washes and colors we have, and the processes we used to create them.
Our vintage-washed denim offer a distinctive look with a softer material created by soaking the raw denim in resin. After soaking in the resin, the jeans are dampened and shaped to create natural creases. Once the creases are set, the jeans are sanded, bleached and distressed to create the final vintage look.
We have taken our white denim and over-dyed them with this beautiful grey color. The reason why this process is called "over-dyeing" is because, we are dyeing a new color on top of what was already there.
One-wash literally means that the denim is washed once. This removes the starch and allows the texture of the material to soften. It also takes away any shrinkage the jeans may have for a more certain fit.
For our white denim, we used a process called enzyme washing. This is a natural and environmentally friendly way to wash the material to create a softer worn-in look.
Classic Raw Denim
Finally we have our classic raw denim created by Cone Mills Corporation, right here in the USA. They are colored using the same indigo dyeing technique used on denim in the 1960s and promise to fade beautifully with wear.