Kilim Denim has created a unique finishing method called Kilim Color that, by simulating an overdye or coating without adding a new step to the dying process, lowers expenses.
According to Inside Denim Magazine, “It is offered in a variety of castings and provides the fabric a hand that is somewhat coating-like.” Sales manager Isil Sena Candan said, “The denim garment appears to be overdyed, but it is not; it is absolutely unique because of our exclusive method.”
It is a rather straightforward option that offers originality and authenticity.
In keeping with this idea, the Turkish company claimed it has added a new jade green color to its palette that is made from the genuine stone. a specifics that can stimulate creative story-telling.
Stretch denim fabric produced from Eastman’s Naia yarn (12%), another brand-new item on display at Kilim’s exhibit at Bluezone. This is the first stretch reference with Naia, as we had previously incorporated this fiber in a rigid denim, according to Ms. Candan. The fabric has a distinctive gloss and a delicate feel thanks to the wood-based acetate yarn.