Author: Boutet Félix

Introduction to the Hawaiian Shirt

Fashion is an eternal restart. This is evidenced by the many pieces which, after having been put in the closet for many years, resurface on the front of the stage. We could for example cite certain pairs of sneakers, different cuts of jeans, or even certain styles such as workwear. In recent seasons, we have […]

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French Terry : Presentation of sporty fabric

Where does French Terry comes from? You might have heard before of “Terry cloth” – it’s what we make our towels with. But if you know a bit about fashion, then you might have heard about a sporty fabric called French Terry. Here is what you need to know about it! French Terry fabric is […]

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Introduction to cotton-twill

What Is Twill Fabric? Along with satin and plain weave, twill is one of the three original types of weaves used for textiles. Rather than denoting a certain type of fabric fiber, “twill” refers to a specific type of weaving that results in a diagonal pattern. For contrast, both satin and plain weave have straight […]

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History of the work jacket

The Work Jacket also called chore coat made his first appearance in France, at the end of the nineteenth century. Thanks to its thick and tough piece made from durable cotton drill, the work jacket was adapted for hard physical work, permitted also by its loose fit that made it easy to wear over other […]

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History of the cargo Pants

They’ve been called masculine, they’ve been called lame. They’ve been worn by soldiers on the frontline and by teenage video game addicts. They’ve come in all colors of the camo rainbow but made equally available in high-end wool. The cargo pant is like the double-agent of the menswear world, simultaneously working for both sides of […]

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