Redmark’s philosophy has always been based on the creation of accessories deriving from the creative combination of a sustainable future and tradition. Patches are accessories that can be used for functional purposes or to embellish an item of clothing.
Velcro patches are mainly used in sportswear for recognition purposes: for example, they are applied on the uniforms of ski instructors to identify the school they belong to.
Patches also find expression in the fashion world of streetwear, with the aim of embellishing and decorating garments.
The embroidery techniques are many and each of them guarantees a high-definition result as they are made on a fabric designed specifically for this purpose.
Among the embroidery techniques used for the collections, we find in the first place carpet stitch embroidery, a technique used for the creation of winter collections; another example is multi-level embroidery, which allows you to create a further three-dimensionality to the patches by simply creating the embroidery; alternatively, the high-frequency technique allows you to guarantee volume and three-dimensionality to patches of any type of material. The latter involves the creation of “bas-reliefs” on the basic materials that are used, which undergo a sort of crushing for the creation of the three-dimensional effect.
Each patch is customizable: Redmark is committed to staying up to date with the news of the fashion world, seeking innovation and topicality in each item produced, and experimenting with new techniques.