The first Lee 101 jeans designed in 1924, it became fast a must-have for cowboys and rodeo riders.
Acid washing (also known as Marble Wash/Moon Wash/Snow Wash) Practice in which pumice stones soaked in chlorine is tumbled with jeans in the dryer to etch white highlights into denim.
Anti-Fit is one of the characterising features of the 501 Levi’s Jeans and been with the jeans since 1890.
Antique jeans effect means the denim finish achieved by sanding, washing and hand-making new jeans look aged.
Buddy Lee was introduced in 1920 by denim brand Lee and is a ceramic doll wearing Lee’s overalls.
Bull Denim is a 3×1 twill weave piece dyed fabric, made from coarse yarns.
Child labour defined by the UNICEF: work that exceeds a minimum number of hours, depending on the age of a child, and the type of work.
Fabric made with a blue cotton warp and white cotton filling. Denim was originally called serge de Nimes because it was produced in Nimes, France. Hard-wearing material. Originally it was used as working clothes like overalls and jeans. Read more..