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We choose more than one fabric to try to get to one end use because when you get to
the laundry you can discover that a fabric you selected
is not going to perform the way you want it to. We have two options knowing that one
of them will come pretty close to what we want it to look. (Alright, cool so let's begin).
we do initial development just to
check that these shades of what we think is going to work is actually going to work. He's mixing by hand to get the color as close to that as he possibly can.
That's going to be perfect. Yay!
And then we start the dry process development, so all of the hand sanding, the whiskers,
the tacking, the abrasion. He's literally by hand folding each whisker.
It's very difficult for most people to just visually sit there and manipulate each
whisker by hand. Everyone tries to mimic natural wear. twister like everyone tries to limit level where along without them knowing
The longer you have them, the more you wear them, the better they become.
That to me is justÉcool.
It's almost like a body shock. You are sitting here doing the fine details making it look cool. We're going to do a wallet mark.
It's incredible the level of expertise that these people really have to sort of make a pair of jeans look old.
There's a serious science part of it in
developing washes it's really really creative.
My wife hates the fact that I never wash my jeans. No, you're doing the right thing. You need your own little story.
If we've done our job really well, we get to the point that
our product looks like our inspiration.
So we kind of melded what we know is working with what our inspiration was,
and this is what we got. And I think they did a really amazing job. Looks good.
So did you cut those off yourself? I did.
So you got rid of the guy? I got rid of the guy, kept the pants.
made them into shorts because he had a longer inseam than I did.