Piquet fabric (or Piqué) is a cotton fabric weaved so as to have raised ribs, or cords of typically rhomboid design and generally white in colour.
Stonewashing is a process in which the fabric or garment is intentionally crinkled with stones to give it a worn or vintage look.
To weave fabric two groups of thread are used on the loom: that used for the weft, which threads horizontally; and that used for the warp, which weaves vertically.
The history of denim is inextricably linked to the history of cotton. As of the 12th Century cotton became widespread in Europe and was preferred to linen due to its strength and colourfulness.