Modern damasks are woven on computerized Jacquard looms. Damask weaves are commonly produced in monochromatic (single-color) weaves in silk, linen or synthetic fibers such as rayon and feature patterns of flowers, fruit, and other designs. The long floats of satin-woven warp and weft threads cause soft highlights on the fabric which reflect light differently according to the position of the observer. Damask weaves appear most commonly in table linens and furnishing fabrics, but also in clothing. The Damask weave is used extensively throughout the fashion industry due to its versatility and high quality finish. Damask is usually used for mid to high quality garments, meaning the label tends to be to have a higher definition and a more “expensive” look.