Dead Stock, to collectors, a pair of jeans with the original price tag that has never been worn or sold.
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..
Double-Needle is a seam commonly used in Jeans-wear garments (shirts, jeans, jackets) where a sewing machine stitches two threads side by side for strength at one time
Dry jeans are another name for ridged or raw denim, unwashed with deep indigo colour.