Fading is a subjective term used to describe the lightening of the colour of a jeans fading (pigmented) following exposure to the effects of washing, wearing, light, heat, time, temperature, chemicals, etc. One of the most interesting features of denim jeans is how the unique indigo colour, and the fabric evolve and develop a personal relationship with the wearer. Over time, the Indigo colours fade. However, it fades differently. The stripe of faded indigo in the jeans’ front is called mustache effects and happens because the colours fade where the fabric tension is highest. See also Ozone fading.
ECO-FASHION-DENIM AND DIAGRAMS DICTIONARIES OVERVIEW