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“Denim is meant for male hands. This fabric is rough, heavy and difficult to process, - says Ilya Bulichev. - When it’s raw, it’s like rigid cardboard. One has to be an expert in order to deal with it." Jeans are usually made on a conveyor belt: manufacturers try to reduce the costs of each pair and resort to step-by-step (operation-wise) jean-making process. It takes 10-15 minutes to make a pair at a factory. Each factory specialist usually performs only one operation: one person attaches a pocket, another one sews a belt on. In Bulichev Jeans Atelier, a pair of jeans is made by one person – a true professional – from start to finish. All parts of each item are sewn together with a thin thread, and all stitches are perfect. Belt loops are made on a special loop machine, and each seam is properly fixated with bartacks. A complex two-needle sewing machine helps dressmakers process rise parts and yokes in such a way as to ensure their seams are sturdy and neat. This complex technological process is a whole orchestra of nuances that the professionals have been noting down for several years. Ilya Bulichev, the owner of Bulichev Jeans Atelier, has been creating customized auteur denim clothing for over 10 years. In Latvia, Ilya is referred to as a denim guru, for he knows all secrets of working with this stubborn fabric.

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