Discover how jeans are created and take shape. Watch the third part of the exclusive webinar by ISKO I-SKOOL™. It tells the story of jeans manufacturing: “Shaping Denim: from heritage to future”.
The third episode explores the “Industrialization” phase. After being selected by designers and product developers, the denim rolls enter the garment-making phase. The first step is a fast wash to check the shrinkage level of the fabric. Using specific software, the paper pattern is sent to a machine that automatically cuts the fabric into the individual pieces needed to make a pair of jeans. Everything is ready for the sewing process that determines the first shape the fabric will take. The jeans are placed in large baskets and taken to the laundry where they are washed and treated with finishing processes. In this phase, jeans acquire their most stylish features: they are bleached, abraded and scraped and ready for the next step: the final detailing phase.