Zippers, as a fastener, can be found everywhere in people’s daily lives. Small as it is, it is widely used in various fields, from daily wear to household supplies, from agriculture to industry. Compared with thousands of years of history of buttons, the history of zipper is less than 200 years, but zipper still poses a dominating position.
The original Cheongsam is from the Manchu flag, but the modern cheongsam appeared due to the continuous collision of Chinese and Western cultures in the early Republic of China. The traditional Cheongsam is made with complicated workmanship, stereotypical style and cumbersome dressing process, so women only choose Cheongsam on formal occasions. Due to these limits, its utilization was low before.
Since its birth, denim has been a fixture of fashion with its unique features. But the popularity of denim is slipping as new fabrics and technologies continue to emerge and major brands struggle to keep up with the rapidly changing fashion climate.
What would you do with your old clothing? You can donate it to those in need or transform it to a new object. However, how to deal with the worn-out coat? Throw it away? It may not conform to the conception of low carbon and environmental protection.
What actually is a “clothing fastener”? Simply put, it’s a device used to hold two pieces of fabric together. In practice, we use a clothing fastener like a button or zipper so we can easily take off and put on the garment.
The textile industry is characterized by the presence of innumerable variety of fabrics. This makes it difficult to identify all the diverse types of fabrics and their distinct qualities. Even some terms related to the fabric industry that sound similar, actually represent diverse characteristics.