Clothes are made of fabric. As a main component of clothing, not only does fabric interpret the style and characteristic of clothing, but also affect the performance of clothing design. The selection of fabric is particularly important in the design and performance of futuristic clothing. So how does fabric add the sense of future to clothing?
Reflective fabric for clothing represents the one of the most innovative, striking and practical areas of textile technology. As the utility and variety of options for reflective fabric for clothing expands, so does its application in contemporary design.
Fashion is an ever growing industry, with fresh designs and trends coming up almost on a daily. But one constant trend with clothing and textile has been a sort of refurbishing of old trends into new ones. Take for example how bell bottom pants made a comeback, or textiles such as denim constantly making their re-entry back into the industry.
Tiny as zipper is, it has a profound impact on human’s life. Up to now, zipper is widely used in various fields like space suit, diving suit, protective suit, tent, luggage, garment, shoes, pant, etc. What’s more, with the development of science and technology, new material and technique have emerged, expanding the application range of zipper.
The falling of cherry blossoms in March brings us a burst of spring romance. It is said that cherry blossom petals generally fall at a rate of 5 centimeters per second. What can happen in a second? With one second, petals have not yet kissed the ground, but the environment of the whole world has changed dramatically.
Woven fabrics and knit fabrics differ from each other in almost every way but the main difference between them is the thread or yarn that composes them. A newbie or a fashion outsider may not tell the difference between these two fabrics although by applying some tests, it is easy to identify the type of fabric that you are dealing with and whether it is the right one for your project.