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Blue Helping Hand embroidered patches

€16.00

New York City-based artist Brian Kenny created these two limited edition iron-on embroidered patches in shades of blue and black with a master touch. These items are the perfect thing to jazz up your look with their hand signal motif. They add a bit of cheeky originality to your ensemble. They are part of the Brian Kenny x Christian Lacroix capsule collection that audaciously celebrates the French House’s 30th anniversary.

The T-Shirts staged with the patches are not on sale on the e-shop. This is an inspiration from the studio of Maison Christian Lacroix.

Color : Blue
  • Details
    Iron-on badge, 3.5*7, 100% viscose.

    Wash and iron on the other side of the patched item of clothing / garment. Do not tumble dry.

    How to use : lay the material/fabric on which you want to apply the patch on a flat and hard surface.
    Make sure the material does not crease.
    Place iron-on face of the patch on the material in the desired place /predefined position.
    Heat the iron at maximum temperature that can be supported by the fabric/material on which you want to apply the patch.
    Cover the patch with fine cotton fabric to protect it during the application.
    Once hot, iron covering the entire surface of the patch.
    Adhesive will melt and stick on fabric.
    Let cool for the adhesive to dry properly.

    Caution : do not apply a patch on a fabric/material which can’t be ironed or can only be ironed at low temperature (polyester, silk)
    In that case it is better to sew it.