THEY FOUND GOLD, WE THE PERFECT THREAD.
The perfect thread that holds everything together. That runs through. That is versatile. Just like denim.
Although denim was invented over 100 years ago, this cult fabric is still trendy. Why?
Because it goes with the times. It is flexible and durable. Just like our sewing threads.
Originally worn by Genoan fishermen and then further developed for the gold miners of the American West Coast, the jeans came to Europe in the 40s by US soldiers. Success was not long in coming and so within time, it became an integral part of the fashion world.
AUTHENTIC AND DIVERSE
From sturdy work trousers to a coveted fashion fabric. Nowadays, denim is used for more than just jeans – the highly diverse denim repertoire includes denim jackets, shirts, dresses, skirts and much more. Whether washings, tears or holes: What used to be the result of mere wear and tear, is now a deliberate fashion statement right from the start.
IN THE SPIN CYCLE
TO THE FUTURE
Special treatments put very high strain on denim, but give each style a very special and individual look. Since the sewing thread is the most sensitive element of any garment, it needs to withstand many different stresses. Our premium sewing threads can cope perfectly with these challenges due to their resistant and excellent technological sewing properties.
FOR THE PERFECT SEAM
The processing of different denim qualities also requires special threads. Our diverse product range leaves nothing to be desired. Below, please find an overview of our denim product portfolio:
SUSTAINABLE and INNOVATIVE
Our sister company Cone Denim, a leading denim manufacturer since 1891, delivers unparalleled
expertise and advanced production capabilities that serve the global market with high quality denim fabrics. Cone Denim promotes sustainable practices through its SustainblueTM denim fabrics representing the highest standards in responsible manufacturing. From performance denims to vintage re-creations – Cone offers unique collections of PERFORMANCE, STRETCH, SELVAGE, and NATURAL INDIGO denims. More: https://conedenim.com/