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For our trouser collections, we use exclusively, high-quality fabrics from European weavers, preferably from Germany, Italy and Portugal. Here you’ll find all the information you need about the types of fabric that we use.
The term “denim” comes from the French city of Nîmes – "Serge de Nîmes" means “fabric from Nîmes”. The businessman Levi Strauss is considered to be the creator of jeans. He brought the durable fabric to America with him and used it to manufacture trousers for miners. The original blue denim came from manufacturing with indigo coloured warp and weft threads. Since the yarn is not thoroughly coloured, the fabric can be lightened in certain areas. Alongside the classic jeans look, we also recognise a huge variety of designs in different washes today.Read more Less
Innovative fabrics with Superstretch offer the highest degree of shape stability and spring back into shape easily. It also offers exceptional durability in all directions. The use of ultramodern dual-core threads create super-elastic, durable trousers and five-pocket jeans with a masculine look.Read more Less
Corduroy is a stable fabric with a velvety feel. The striking parallel cords are created by “floatings” which are cut so that the fabric pile lines up and makes for a soft feel. There are different widths of cords, such as baby corduroy (fine), to Genoa corduroy (normal) to Manchester corduroy (broad). Cotton is usually processed, but the fabric is also available in wool quality. This woollen corduroy is especially warm and durable.Read more Less
The flowing fibres are what characterise satin fabrics. As the thread has few binding points, the weft threads can be placed very close to each other. On one side of the fabric, the surface is smooth and shiny. The reverse side is dull and lacking a sheen. Satin is cooling, smooth and soft to the touch.Read more Less
There is a difference between wool flannel and cotton flannel. The classic wool qualities come from a mix in a typical grey flannel. Cotton flannels, by contrast, are rough woven and then rubbed down. Flannel is comparably light, but also warm and absorbent. It also has a very pleasant, soft feel.Read more Less
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