Following our participation on the BPD Expo 3.0, Global Denim / Global Prime has made some noise, and we featured on RIVETANDJEANS.COM in theIR “BPD EXPO RECAP: DENIM ON FIFTH AVENUE” article along with industry reviews and news ON some of the biggest denim mills.
Here’s an extract;
“While most mills presented expanded collections, less was more for Prime, Global Denim’s new line of premium denim produced out of its brand new state-of-the-art production facility in Mexico.
“The focus was on fabric, not crazy washes,” said Michelle Branch, Global Denim creative director.
For the debut collection, the mill zeroed in on 10 fabrications—two core stretch, two bi-stretch, two fashion (sec. a warp-only stretch) and three rigid, including a light chambray and two super heavy options. The fabrications are offered in just two washes. Branch said the mill saw an early positive reaction to its chambray, black, warp-only stretch for men and 4-way stretch.
Geared toward a customer a step above Global Denim’s core mid-tier clientele, Prime stood out with a brushed black denim gown with a velvety, moleskin feel—an eclectic statement piece that fit right in with the expo’s creative atmosphere..”
if you wish to read more about this, and watch some of our garments photos featured in the article, please go to the following site.
This Week we had the pleasure of being at the BPD EXPO 3.0 edition in New York. We want to thank all of you that came by and visited our Booth featuring the F/W’17 debut of our globalPRIME collection, made in our new state-of-the-art mill using the newest equipment in the hemisphere to produce top of the line fabrics.
Hoping to see you at the next edition of the Show.
Rivet Magazine just feature Global Denim as mill of the week on its RIVETANDJEANS.COM website. We are so proud of this, and thank all of the Rivet team for making this possible.
Here’s an excerpt:
“There has been a lot of talk about Made in USA denim, but not much thought has been given to denim Made in the Americas. Denim sourced from Mexico offers the advantage of saved shopping time as production schedules grow increasingly tight. Global Denim, the Puebla-based mill operating since 1996, has an especially close tie to the U.S., sourcing 80 percent of its cotton in America.
The prevailing misconception that Mexican denim mills must combat is that they make basic product, explained Global Denim Creative Director Michelle Branch. Global Denim is defying preconceptions with its new Prime facility, located adjacent to the mill’s existing facility in Puebla. The mill is investing in new equipment and will use its top-of-the-line technology to target premium brands. The first Prime collection made its debut at Blueprint Denim Expo this week in New York City with new fibers, constructions and finishings…….”
We encourage you to keep reading this great piece in the following link;