Darkening leather naturally involves exposing it to elements and conditions that naturally alter its color over time. Here’s how you can darken leather using natural methods:Read More
Metal rings are commonly used in various applications due to their exceptional properties and durability. Here are some benefits of using different metals for making rings.Read More
New, NZ fashion brand, Bold Clothing launches online with a unique collection of bamboo clothing and sequin hoodies. Targeted at the streetwear and casual-wear markets, the original, durable, and versatile designs are not only eye-catching but are predominantly made from sustainable bamboo fabric.Read More
Organic Cotton is brown in color when grown. It is soft, squishy, with a crunchy feel. It allows the body to breathe. Therefore, it reduces perspiration and prevents body odor. It contains no residual toxic substances so the skin is safe. Organic cotton fiber is used for home furnishings such as towels, blankets, beddings, etc to personal care such as sanitary products, cotton puffs, ear swabs, etc, to children’s clothes, toys, and even stationery.
Originally, during World War II, jeans were worn by factories workers, railroad workers, farmers, and cowboys and were known as “dungarees”. It was adopted because of its wearability. Later in the first part of the 20th century, it became the official working uniform of the United States Navy. The historic brands of jeans include Wrangler, Lee, and Levis. Jeans became trendy among teenagers and hippies around 1950. The ’70s saw an outburst of denim jeans styles and fabric treatments and the ’80s produced designer denim.