The word “embroidment” is a relatively new term in the fashion world, but it’s been around for a long time.
It was coined by Italian designer Roberto Cavalli in 1964, when he was working with the American designer Louis Vuitton on the company’s collection of signature clothes.
He coined the term to refer to a product that looks good on the surface but doesn’t quite make it.
It is typically a colorway of the garment but could also be a fabric or a material that gives the garment an aesthetic.
In this case, the name of the embroidement refers to the “embossing” on the fabric that adds the aesthetic of the fabric to the garment.
Here is a list of some of the most popular styles of designer apparel embroidments: