Textile is a type of material composed of natural or synthetic fibres. Types of textiles include animal-based material such as wool or silk, plant-based material such as linen and cotton, and synthetic material such as polyester and rayon. Textiles are often associated with the production of clothing.
A lab dip is a swatch of fabric test dyed to hit a colour standard. There are different matching systems followed in Labs such as Tube light matching, Sun light matching, Ultra Violet matching, Sodium light matching etc.
Interlining is basically anything used between two layers of fabric to give more body. A fusible interlining is thin layer made from woven, knitted or non-woven material bonded mechanically or thermally which when fused with fabric panel.
The apparel industry uses specialised industrial machinery suitable for cutting fabric, sewing machines such as single needle lock stitch machine, double needle lock stitch machine, button hole machine, fusing machine, storage and packing equipment
In dress making and designing, fabric selection is vital important and integral part. Different fabrics for required for different ages, purposes and occasions. Wedding dress, uniforms, under garments, casual wears all requires different kind of fabrics and at times a combination of many.
Bra or Brassiere is a type of lingerie worn by preteen, teens, girls and women which covers, supports and elevates the breasts,and also shapes the wearer’s figure. The degree of which the bra frames the breasts varies between style, functionality, fashion and fabric.There are different shape bras that are suitable for different body shapes and breast shapes, and also for different occasions.Brassiere is an essential to obtain the perfect figure lines called for by the prevailing fashions.
Consumers are becoming conscious in regards to green and environmental friendly consumer goods. They prefer products that have no harmful effect to the environment. The trend of green consumerism has been extended to textile and apparel products. Major European and U.S textile buyers have responded to this public awareness by viewing their textile products from ecological standpoint and established certain requirements on textile products by undergoing certain predefined testing procedures.