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Straight Organic Cotton Chinos

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Line dry, iron at high temperature, wash at or below 40°c , dry clean, any solvent except tetrachloroethylene, only non-chlorine bleach.

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Supplier Beste

Beste was founded in Prato, Tuscany, in 1992 by then 28-year old textile technician Giovanni Santi. Using techniques traditionally reserved for crafting exclusive wool and cashmere weaves, the company set out to innovate the production of high-quality cotton fabrics. Now based in the small town of Cantagallo, just outside Prato, Beste is a vertically organised manufacturer and developer designing both woven fabrics and final garments. The company specialises in elaborate dyeing and finishing techniques, such as rope dyeing, piece dyeing and natural-fibre technical weaves, and supplies three fabrics for ARKET outerwear.

fabric Twill

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twill

Twill is one of the most common fabrics in the modern closet, woven for everything from denim jeans and chino trousers to dress shirts and gabardine jackets. Its tell-tale diagonal pattern makes it a rugged, reliable material for structured garments.

One of three fundamental types of weaves – the other two are plain weave and satin – twill is woven with a ‘step’ that gives it its iconic diagonal appearance. One thread crosses over one or more threads before moving under two or more threads. The pattern is repeated but ‘steps up’ one thread in the weave, creating a staircase effect.

The step construction makes twill wrinkle-resistant and helps it drape well with a softer and more pliable feel. The diagonal texture means that stains are less noticeable than they would be on a smooth surface, making it a solid choice for work wear as well as upholstery.

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