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Embroidered statement pieces

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by Emma Elwin on 31 August, 2016

As you know, I love how you can make a simple garment unique by adding a little something to it – like an embroidery. Last week we shot beautiful Nikita in some unique pieces from STAND’s spring 2017 collection – all embroidered with the lastest innovation within the embroidery industry. Embroline by Coloreel is an attachment for embroidery machines that both enables unique designs and improves the overall production efficiency by instantly colouring the thread during the actual embroidery production (which means no interruptions for switching threads). Think of it a little bit as a colour printer for industrial embroidery. Cool huh? Look at all the looks here!


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