Do you know what is the actual use of umbrella?

Added on: - 08-Jun-2018 06:20 PM
Every time Fashion industry is surprising us with its new inventions, designs and styles. There are many designers who are working very hard and make us feel special with their innovative styles all the time. Fashion and its industry have many interesting facts to amuse us. Let’s have a look on them

Do you know buttons on the men's shirt are tucked on right side and women's on the left?

Who says umbrellas were invented to keep the rain off? This device was designed to shield a person from the sun.

You know In Rome, purple clothing was exclusively reserved for emperors and magistrates.

Over a lifetime, an American woman will spend $125,000 on clothes. 3,000 items—271 pairs of shoes, 185 dresses, and 145 bags. How much you can spend?

One silk cocoon produces an average of 600 to 900 meters of silk filaments, but it takes four to eight pieces to make one strand of silk thread. In all, it takes about 30,000 silkworms to produce 12 pounds of raw silk.

The fashion industry generates average revenue of $20 billion each year.

An unlikely person to be associated with the fashion world, Napoleon invented the buttons for sleeves after his soldiers kept wiping their noses on their button-free clothes.

Technically, items are only “vintage” if they were made more than sixty but less than a hundred years ago.

9. “Retro” doesn’t refer to old items, but rather refers to styles which copy vintage items.

Using just one bale of cotton, around 200 jeans can be made. No wonder you can find jeans everywhere!

Men wore high heels before women did. The high heel wasn’t invented to make the ladies look sexy; it was invented to stop men falling off their horses!

Did you know that in the 1800 and in the early 1900, the woman who had short hair were considered as unfaithful. Short hair of a woman used to be the symbol of infidelity.