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The journey of jeans

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The Journey of Jeans
Germany
United States
San Francisco
Buttenberg
Kasakhstan
Turkey
Taiwan
Poland
Tunisia
Bulgaria
Italy
China
Switzerland
Greece
The Journey of Jeans
1. Levi Strauss, the discoverer of jeans
2. The history of jeans
3. The journey of jeans today
4. Working conditions
5. Sustainable jeans production

Löb Strauss
Was born 1829 in Bamberg
He was a Jude
Lived in poor living conditions
1. Levi Strauss, the discoverer of jeans
2. The history of jeans
sales
1853
Jeans was born
1. Levi Strauss, the discoverer of jeans
2. The history of jeans
3. The journey of jeans today
warm humid climate
large plantations
harvested by hand or with machines
Cotton is spun into yarn
manufacturing of denim
yarn from Turkey
denim from Taiwan
indigo dye from Poland
the finished denim is refined
soft and crease
rivets
buttons
lining material
stone-washed-effect
50,000 km
1. Levi Strauss, the discoverer of jeans
2. History of jeans
3. The journey of jeans today
4. Working conditions
Bangladesh
earn between 15€ and 30€
working hours between 9 and 14 a day
work 7 days a week
trading companies force their suppliers to produce faster and cheaper
the suppliers can´t defend
1% employees
11% transportation costs
13% material costs
25% brand name company
50% retail trade
led tailor pants
replaced by denim
rivets
Jacob Davis
1. Levi Strauss, the discoverer of jeans
2. History of jeans
3. The journey of jeans today
4. Working conditions
5. Sustainable jeans production
5. Sustainable jeans production
not only use bio-cotton
environmentally friendly techniques
fair payment of employees
With compliance social standards decent working conditions follow
too expensive
1816 the jewish edict came into force
many Jews left Bavaria and went to the USA
indigo dye
Sources
http://www.globalisierung-online.de/CD_Demo/modul_jeans/
http://www.praxis-umweltbildung.de/dwnl/kleidung/arbeitsauftrag_reise%20einer%20jeans.pdf
http://www.ndr.de/ratgeber/verbraucher/bluejeans105.html
http://www.cleanclothes.org/
http://www.levistrauss.com/sustainability/product/life-cycle-jean
http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/video/from-factory-floor-to-store-the-journey-of-jeans/2j7mmfute?from=gallery_en-us&sf=Relevancy
http://rankabrand.de/jeans-denim/Nudie+Jeans
Thank you for your attention
BMW
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