Fabric research and treatment
HAND COLORING ON DAVID LIGHT-TC: Pants in a lightweight canvas made with Japanese star-shaped cross-section polyester/polyamide yarns. The pieces are assembled and then dyed under pressure at 130°C. During the dye process, under pressure at 130°C, the fabric undergoes heat-induced compression, radically transforming its hand and body. The finished garment is treated manually with color spots, with pigments engineered for polyester bases, treated with a fixer and then washed. Each garment is unique and unrepeatable.
Loose fit. Slanting hand pockets, with zipper closure edged by piping covered with polyester tape. On back, one patch pocket and one inserted, both with fixed flap and hidden zipper closure. Shaped knees. Drawstring at leg bottom. Elasticized waistband, with inner drawstring. Zipper closure edged by piping covered with polyester tape.
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