The Jersey fabric is named for the place where it appeared for the first time. It was an island located between France and England. This fabric was made as a special type of wool taken from local sheep. Firstly, this fabric was used to produce warm underwear, which was irreplaceable on this cold island.
But the course of the story was changed by Madame Coco Chanel, who bought a lot of Jersey fabric and made a collection of outerwear. Subsequently, he also started producing elegant clothes from this material, after which the attitude of the whole fashion world towards this fabric was changed.
Today, Jersey fabric can be produced from cotton, linen or silk. There are also options with a mixture of these fibers. The appearance of new combinations in the manufacture of this material improves its properties.
What remains unchanged is that the jersey fabric is soft and elastic. The clothes made of Jersey are not crumple and are easy to clean. The fabric is easily draped. Even if the material is used to create the coats, it continues to be very simple and beautiful.
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