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2. Dyeing benefits:

How can dyeing benefit garment makers?

a. Colour coordination. Silk garments are usually found at the ex- clusive end of the fashion market so they are often demanding to make because of the standards of unique sophistication required. Colour co- ordinated layers of different silk fabric types quickly build a sophisticated couture look, which is easily delivered through dyeing, but almost im- possible to source, ready-to-use, from fabric wholesalers or retailers, especially in our small NZ market. For example, a wedding outfit might consist of colour-matched tulle or organza plus lace, georgette, chiffon, crêpe or satin, and maybe feathers. Procolour can colour-match all of these components saving designers untold sourcing time and effort.   b. Revitalising printed silk fabric. Hideous or dated silk prints can be harmonised and aligned with current fashion colours by pastel over- dyeing resulting in big savings. Other plain silks can make useful accents or trims, if they are dyed to coordinate with any colour picked out from the print used in the garment. c. Focal point fabrics like silk velvet devoré, lace, brocade, beaded or sequinned silk and jacquard can be supported by a range of dyed colour co-ordinated fabrics to trim and build up sophisticated layered couture looks.
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