Find out how jeans are made with the fascinating video by ISKO I-SKOOL™, an exceptional webinar that explores the whole denim production chain. In this fourth episode we talk about “Final Details”: the finishing touches that get a pair of jeans ready for the market.
After stitching and finishing touches, jeans are branded with rivets, buttons and leather labels. Then they’re ironed with a steam-jet machine and any hanging threads are cut off. As a final step of this long production process, the Quality Control technician measures waist, hips, legs and crotch to mark the size according to the size guide’s parameters. In the end jeans are bagged and packed and ready to be shipped to stores headed for consumers’ homes.