Denim 101 : Fundamental Of Super Jeans Mini Exhibition @ TCDC

Hi alls

On Dec 2nd, I went to Emporium with Patrick to TCDC for “Denim 101 : Fundamental Of Super JeansMini Exhibition

Jeans are the quintessential clothing item that has long stood the test of time. The history of jeans goes back for hundreds of years and they are still popular today in the form of trousers made from cotton twill textile called “denim”…

Because of the ruggedness, jeans were initially used as uniforms for blue collar workers and soldiers. Over time, they became a clothing item of choice for people all over the world and have always evolved to keep up with fashion trends. Designers worldwide are finding ways to create a selling factor and a unique identity for their brands, including using modern technology or bringing back traditional tools and methods of manufacturing. These different strategies differentiate the origins and classifications of each brand…

“Denim 101: Fundamentals of Jeans” exhibition presents the story of denim: from its origin, characteristics, and unique qualities, to how it became the jeans we know and love today. Ten creative production techniques are illustrated through manufacturing tools and samples from top global and local brands such as PRPS, Edwin, Diesel and Dior Homme…

The exhibition is open for viewing at TCDC Resource Center from 1 December 2009 – 28 February 2010, 10.30 – 21.00 (closed Mondays)…

Free Admission
TCDC Resource Center
TCDC, 6th Fl., The Emporium Shopping Complex
10.30 – 21.00 (Closed Mondays)

For more information, please contact TCDC Information Counter. Tel. 02 664 8448

For non-library members, please contact Info Guru Counter at the library entrance for free admission pass…

It’s really worth for me when I visited, got a lot of knowledge about denim jeans, if you guys have time, please don’t forget to visit this exhibition…

More update coming soon…

Jeed S.


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