Designer Clothing Labels
Black and white designer clothing labels are a classic and universally chic addition to any sophisticated clothing brand and have been used for years to label the most beautiful designs in fashion houses around the world. They are universally flattering and make personalised labels simple and elegant while creating a successful brand image, as has been demonstrated by the commercial success of luxury brands with similar fabric labels, such as Gucci, Dior and Chanel.
Black on white woven labels
The creation of black and white woven labels, however, is a complicated manufacturing process. The labels are made using a jacquard weaving loom with warp (vertical direction) and weft (horizontal direction) threads. The weft threads are drawn through the warp thread, creating the design of your choice. The Damask High-Definition Woven Label is the label we recommend for luxury brands, as it has the highest density of stitching threads, making the woven logo finer and more detailed.
The label manufacturing process may seem simple, but it is extremely difficult to create a perfect contrast in colour between a black logo and its white background. Due to the fact that the white background colour is woven into the fabric after the black logo, the black thread underneath slightly darkens the appearance of the white thread above. In order to circumvent this issue, the experts at Perfect-Labels-Lanyards use a double layer of white thread to weave on top of the black logo thread to make it more opaque so the logo can stand out more clearly. This improves the contrast of the white background to the black logo but it is impossible to do with perfect results; there will be a slight adjustment to the shade of the white background, resulting in a slight grey shadow.
If woven fabric labels do not produce the colour contrast you require for your brand, it is recommended that you use a printed satin label or printed cotton label as alternatives.
If you have any questions regarding black and white woven fabric labels, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
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