DIARY OF THE FADE #12 BY RYAN MACK

DIARY OF THE FADE #12 BY RYAN MACK

DIARY OF THE FADE, DS ESSENTIAL
Today we would like to share to you all #diaryofthefade come from Ryan Mack as a denim enthusiast. Denim enthusiast is all around the wolrd, all of them are very passionate into raw denim. Every brand has their own uniqueness and speciality, like Ole denim from Canada. Olé carefully selects denim from Kuroki Denim Mills in Okayama, Japan. Okayama is famous for producing some of the world’s richest textiles. All fabric at Kuroki is rope dyed which entails that the fabric yarns are twisted into a rope and then quickly dipped into indigo baths. This has long been considered the best method for dyeing denim as it prevents the indigo from fully penetrating the fibres, which allows for strong fading to be achievable at an earlier stage. 306 15 oz Kuroki Denim…
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DS RECOMMEND BRAND: BLUE STATES DENIM

DS RECOMMEND BRAND: BLUE STATES DENIM

BRANDS, NEWS
Today we would like to give you a recommendation about new denim brand from Jakarta, Indonesia @bluestatesdenim. They have a high quality denim for you. We're glad to introduce you guys to their first collection "Calaveras" which is really comfortable to wear and gonna fit your legs perfectly. Calaveras edition available in Slim Thin cut and Skinny Timm cut . Here's the spesification: • 12.5oz raw indigo denim • Slim Thin cut • Sanforized • 98%cotton ,2%elastane • Right hand twill • Zipper fly • Inseam 32" • Chainstitch • Bluestates' trademark embroidery mixed stitch gold arcuate.
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How to Choose Jeans for Kids

How to Choose Jeans for Kids

DENIM TIPS, NEWS
Hallo denimian! There's so many parents that loves denim and they also want to see their kids wear denim too, like we know that usually denim is very stiff and not comfortable for kids. But, nowadays there's so many brand that sell jeans for kids. This weekend we want to share a tips how to choose jeans for kids, so here we go! Fabric You can choose jeans with organic cotton, either that fabric 100% cotton or with spandex. Denim fabric with organic cotton free from pesticides, so you can avoid allergies for your kids. Twill Broken twill and knit like denim is the most comfortable jeans for your kids. Because jeans that twill will fit to your kids body, so they can wear that jeans all day long. Weight Weight of…
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INTERVIEW: CHEESE DENIM

INTERVIEW: CHEESE DENIM

INTERVIEWS, NEWS
Today we got the opportunities to interview Mr. Chie the founder of CHEESE DENIM. CHEESE DENIM is a famous raw denim brand from Malaysia. Here you go! Why did you fall in love with Denim (especially Raw Denim)? Hmm..i guess it is because raw denim is rather unique. It is remarkable to see something so bold in color could change into something so interesting. All those fade marks are like paints on canvas When did you start in love with Denim? When I got my first pair of Levi’s selvedge & Studio D’Artisan SD-D01 back in mid 90’s. Much credit to be given to SD-D01 because I pretty much lived day in day out in that pair. Skated in it, went clubbing in it, dating in it. You name it,…
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The Different of Ring Yarn and Open End Denim Fabric

The Different of Ring Yarn and Open End Denim Fabric

ALL ABOUT DENIM, DS ESSENTIAL
Hello guys, how are you? Today we would like to share to you about the different things from ring yarn and open end yarn. Before that you should to know what the meaning of that. Ring spinning is a method of spinning fibres, such as cotton, flax or wool, to make a yarn. The ring frame developed from the throstle frame, which in its turn was a descendant of Arkwright's water frame. Ring spinning is a continuous process, unlike mule spinning which uses an intermittent action. In ring spinning, the roving is first attenuated by using drawing rollers, then spun and wound around a rotating spindle which in its turn is contained within an independently rotating ring flyer. (source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ring_spinning) Open-end spinning is a technology for creating yarn without using a spindle. It is also known as break spinning or rotor spinning. The principle behind open-end spinning…
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