Plissé is made by treating a cotton fabric with sodium hydroxide to cause shrinkage. The process creates a puckered or crinkled striped effect. Acetate, rayon and other manufactured fabrics, that have been treated chemically or with heat, are sometimes called Plissé as well.
Pocket Fun Fact ~ Plissé is sometimes called Crinkle Crepe!
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