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Corduroy: The Brexit of Textile

Corduroy: The Brexit of Textile
Few fabrics divide opinion like corduroy. No one is in the ‘Hmm it’s OK’ camp. You either love or loathe it. And yet it’s still with us, after three hundred years, and currently having another moment in the sun. It can trace its history to the 18th century when it was developed as a durable … Continue reading Corduroy: The Brexit of Textile →
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