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The Fascinating History Of Denim Jeans


history of cotton jeans is a fascinating journey through the vast marine research in 1500's, the Italian and French fabrics weaving, in slavery and gold mining, the right to present $ 3,000 designer jeans!

adventure begins with a blue to blue jeans. Indigo color of the plant before a synthetic derivative of the German chemist, invented in late 1800th One of the first color with references going back several centuries before Christ, the primary source is India. Importing is costly and dangerous to travel the country as long as Indigo is a luxury item called Blue Gold. This and other rare merchandise inspired by the quest for cheaper and time trade routes to the sea with great sea Research 15th the century. Vasco da Gama is credited with discovering the maritime trade route to India, which is indigo suddenly readily available and inexpensive throughout Europe.

adventure now switches to the cotton fabric that is in 1700-has become very popular because of its easy availability and cheap price as a direct result of the increase of cotton plantations and slave labor. Cotton fabric turned out to have unique qualities especially suited for working clothes - endurance

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adventure now switches to the cotton fabric that is in 1700-has become very popular because of its easy availability and cheap price as a direct result of the increase of cotton plantations and slave labor. Cotton fabric turned out to have unique qualities especially suited for working clothes - endurance

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These denim work pants or "suit" has become very popular among gold miners when Jacob Davis, clothing maker in California during the Gold Rush, which was introduced in order to rivet pockets and pant seams from tearing easily. Suddenly, working clothes brought long hours of work in difficult cattle breeding, farming and mining industry. Davis and Levi Strauss partnership to mass produce the work of jeans in 1873.

jeans have grown in popularity throughout the world. Movie Westerns began to popularize the rugged western jeans wear. Off-soldiers spread jeans fashion where it is war.

jeans popularity grew rapidly in 50, when they became a symbol of rebellion among the young. Some schools in the U.S., or even banned! In the 60's and 70's jeans reflects the time experimenting with embroidered, bell bottom jeans and painted. The 80-clothing designers began adding distinctive style, the names and high prices for jeans.

The 90-Jean saw its first sales decline. Young people rebelled against the popular jeans among their parents. Other pant fabrics and styles increased in popularity, such as khakis, chinos, combat, carpenter, and sports hlače.Najveći manufacturer of jeans, Levi Strauss & Co., closed many factories.

popularity of jeans soon recovered with new styles such as pre-washed, stone washed, acid washed, sand blasted, pre-worn, knee-torn, spray painted, beaded, and twice the stretch.

a major challenge today is to raise the rights and living standards for those in the third world and developing countries, who make up our jeans. Join the effort is picky about what you buy. Buying clothing certified by organizations such as Free2Work, and not for sale that are at the forefront of efforts to stop child labor, increasing labor wages, and the Institute of workers' rights. At the time of writing (Dec/2011) only Levi, Gap, Old Navy and Banana Republic's Jean manufacturers ranked B or higher Free2Work.

information in this article is credited to Wikipedia, Encyclopedia Britannica, "denim deconstruction 'of Ros Hibbert, Free2Work.org, and" Denim "by Birgit Lohmann.

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