The Versatile Fabric of Jeans
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Cowboys, supermodels, farmers, Presidents and housewives have one garment in common: Jeans.
Jeans are comfortable, durable, attractive, cool and easy to own and wear, hence have a wide appeal among all sections of society.
The appeal for Jeans, apart from the fact they weren’t complicated, was that it was a four-dimensional material. Time changed how it looked, and that became an added attraction.
Traditional, unadorned jeans still looked and felt special, and the eternal appeal of jeans matched with life in general.
A pair of denim jeans are a favourite choice of attire for millions. This popular indigo-coloured piece of clothing was born in 1873, courtesy a tailor named Jacob Davis, and Levi Strauss, owner of a fabric house.
Crafted for cowboys and miners, it became a choice for mail workers in the US looking for sturdy wear, something that can stand the constant wear and tear of a coal mine, for example. These were uncomfortable at that time, and no one wore them on the street.
The mask - a flimsy polymer cup - fits tightly around the face and is capable of filtering 95% of airborne particles, such as viruses, from the air.
The firsts masks were cloth placed around the mouths and noses of people and were not meant to be against contagion. It was to stop the smell as people thought that the stench caused disease. By protecting themselves from the smell, people thought they'd be protected from the disease.
Getting dressed for work is a nearly universal challenge.
An attempt to simplify dressing is by uniform dressing. It eliminates the element of choice and saves the wearer the problem of figuring out what to wear every morning. But the logical end of optimisation in fashion is one where personal style ceases to exist.
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