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December 20, 2018

DENIM PASSION

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DENIM PASSION

In 1870 the first blue Jean made by Levi Straus for the miner. Blue Jean legend started by famous people in 1950’s and still indespensable for all over the world in the current times. The name of the Denim comes from the city which name is De’Nimmes from France.

The raw material of the fabric before the meeting with indigo was first produced in Nimes. Denim fabric is a type of fabric obtained by dyeing the warp yarn with indigo dyestuff and tapping after sizing. Cottons grown in Denizli and Akhisar region between the 15th and 17th centuries were then painted with blue paint from India. This blue material, which was brought to İzmir later, was first exported to France-Marseille. From here the Spanish take the fabric to the colonies in America and dress the African slaves. America turns it into an industry and finds it jeans. In other words, the jean was first produced by the Turks but could not make it an industry.

The first denim fabric producers are Akfil Textile and Narin Textile in Turkey. After that Isko, Orta Anadolu Bossa, Çalık and Kilim firms started the producing denim fabric. From the first years of 2000 Kipaş, Matessa, Birlik, Mimataş, Ak Kumaş, Korat, Emin and Şirikçioğlu firms made an investment in this area. After 2010,  Tüsa, Aba, Maritaş, and İskur also started producing and made an investment in this area.

In summary, denim is technical and global name of Jean
fabric. Denim fabric is a fabric that becomes younger and younger as it gets
older. 

In Turkey, we say KOT fabric in public for denim fabric. The first denim fabric produced by Muhteşem KOT in 1940’s. In 1940 he met the blue Jean in France. Muhteşe KOT admired this durable fabric and started to producing in Turkey. In 1960 the KOT became a brand name. In that times the employees and peasant loved this pants and producers also produced jacket, skirt and dress.

Denim manufacturer in Turkey
denim jeans in turkey

Starting in 1873 as an invention for American workers, the jeans became embroidered, printed and appliqué design fabrics in 1960s and 1970s. Denim garments became the uniform of pop music concerts in the 1970s. The use of elastic fibers in combination with denim fabric provided ease of use for jeans. In the 2000s, jegging (jeans and legging) was introduced.

The zipper on many denim clothes has embossed, YKK in letters on it. It stands for “Yoshida Kogyo Kabushikikaisha“. In Japanese language and means Yoshida Company Japon. Tadao Yoshida, a Japanese zipper manufacturer, founded this company in 1934.

In denim products, quality and innovation is so important. Denim is open to all changable things. Denim garments had an evolution and now in the current world denims are the most useful things in our daily life. With the different styles, denims always protect their importance for different fashion trends. In the current, it can continue to functionality.

Denim is developed with different washing techniques and various finishing processes and renewed with forms and decorations. You’ll see that denim products do not all have color integrity, and that there is a difference in texture and color. These differences are carried out by special washing processes. Denim clothing is finished with washing procedures. The process that gives the denim product air is primarily washing. What kind of washing process will be applied to the denim product, such as the type of fabric durability of the type of fabric is looked at. Washing processes of denim products are very difficult and require experience. Different colors and effects are obtained on the products washed with the formulas as a result of experiments and researches carried out in the washing process.

A denim product, which is passed through stages that are quite difficult and require experience, the main thing is giving the final appearence to denim is washing processes. By changing the fastness properties of the indigo dyed jean fabric with washing processes, it is also possible to reach different fashion images by changing the washing types. The application of washing processes to denim products can be done in many different ways. It is based on the fact that the jeans are worn and worn out. This process imparts a fashionable appearance to the product and on the other hand makes the fabric that is hard to have a soft touch. After washing, the product is colored or dyed. Since the denim is a heavy fabric, softening is needed.

WASHING PROCESSES

  • Dry Process
  • Emery
  • Mustache
  • Destroy
  • Pre-Wash
  • Stone Washing
  • Enzyme Washing
  • Normal Washing
  • Bleach
  • Ice Washing
  • Snow Washing
  • Chemical Spray and Local Appliactions
  • Part Dyeing techniques
  • Indigo Dyeing techniques

Before denims only produces for employees but now every people uses in their Daily life with different styles.  Now, the jackets, jeans, skirts etc are everywhere such a fashion magazine or streets you can see anywhere. Denims history takes places in the history pages like that. Denims changes every year and every year different denims become popular fort he people. Denim is so important for people, when we look at the researches we can see the denim are second garment for the people. So, what is the thing that denim are indespensable for us ? The answer is the denims  keep up with to the every seasons.

Denim exports is so high in Turkey. This is due to the fact that there is an accumulated experience in the denim field and geographically close to the market. Turkey is the 3rd country in the world for denim exports. Turkey gives direction to the denim fashion with developed technology and environmentally friendly in that production.  In the world textile sector denim has 25-30% share. #Turkey has 5% share in denim industry. Turkey is quite strong for denim production and Turkey exports approximately 200 counties in the world.  In 2017 Turkey carried out to exports 1 billion 598 million dolars.

WE LOVE EVERYTHING WHICH IS DENIM.

More Details; www.denimmanufacturer.net

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