A Short History Of Denim
The famous name ‘denim’ is derived from a french word ‘serge de Nimes’, Denim is a tough piece of clothing, hard rough and very durable with unique method of weaving having a diagonal ribbing and then ‘dyed’ with indigo color to produce that famous blue jeans. The word ‘jeans’ comes from the french word ‘Genes’ which means Genoa, Italy, where it was first invented.
Denim started to impress the fashion world in the mid 19th century, where it became so very popular in the United States Of America, where Jacob W Davis, first invented the rivet-reinforced denim jeans pants. Later he collaborated with Levi Strauss & Co to finally produce the legendary line of denim pants and trousers which was liked by the fashion world and started dominating the garment industry, with a bang!
The denim industry made a handsome 51.6 billion dollars in profit, …