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STAND puts exclusive embroidered statement pieces in the spring 2017 show.

The winner of this year’s Guldknappen, STAND, has some noteworthy stand out pieces in the spring 2017 collection showcased at Fashion Week Stockholm earlier today.

Six pieces have been embroidered with an innovative thread colouring technique that has never been explored before.

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Embroline by Coloreel is a Swedish innovation that aims to bring the embroidery industry to a new level. This attachment for embroidery machines enables unique designs and vastly improves overall production efficiency by instantly colouring the thread during the embroidery production.

The STAND statement pieces are the result of the first collaboration with a designer initiated by Coloreel, creating a series of unique embroideries for one time only.

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Photography Patricia Reyes / HallLundgren

Styling and production by Make it last

Hair and make up by Pari Damani / HallLundgren

Model Nikita / Stockholmsgruppen

 


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