The destroyed details such as rips and frays set a rough and ornamental character in clothes to reflect the masculine presence proposed by Quimera Gélida.
Here we present some suggestions to achieve this type of details:
- To obtain better results and textures with fibers, we recommend performing this processes on fabrics that are already composed of 100% cotton or combinations of cotton/Lycra with a small stretch percentage, because if the stretch is higher, the destroyed effect can be distorted.
- The motor tool is the machine used to make rips and nicks (in specific places of the garment). These type of details are called destroyed, their principal effect is obtaining a located worn-in in the fabric that gives it the appearance of having many years of use.
- To get a good fraying, avoid thread cutting the edges of the garments where you want to get the details, since the worn-in effect is going to be achieved in different washing and drying processes of the garment. To control the appearance of the effect, we recommend taking a simple sewing and wide stitches 1 cm from the edge to be frayed.
Our recommended fabrics for this type of details are: