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Stone Island – Supreme Co-lab

Anorak in Poly Cover Composite, a matte, colourless and opaque, water and wind resistant, polyurethane film. The garment dyeing technique colours the film without affecting its transparency. Down jacket in Lamy Cover, a hyper light nylon tela, digitally printed with exclusive Supreme artwork and then laminated with an outer polyurethane film. The piece is assembled and then directly injected with …

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Stone Island – Ghost Piece

Ghost pieces are based on the concept of camouflage and are entirely monochromatic. Even their STONE ISLAND badges have been created in special mono-colour versions to blend with the garment. Within the AW_’017 ‘018 Collection this concept is represented through jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts and trousers. The outerwear pieces in are in TANK SHIELD FEATURING MULTI LAYER FUSION TECHNOLOGY: a revolutionary …

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Stone Island – Frost Finish

New treatment on the finished garment which creates a frosted look to outerwear, jumpers, sweatshirts and trousers, that is unique and exclusive to each piece. In TELA NYLON DOWN WITH DUST COLOUR FROST FINISH garments, made in a lightweight ultra-tight weave nylon tela and down filled, the addition of a special agent makes them anti-drop. On fleecewear and knitwear pieces …

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The process behind the Raso Hand Painted Tortoise Shell

The process behind the Raso Hand Painted Tortoise Shell The garment -made in a satin weave cotton fabric of military origin- is dyed and then faded in selected areas with a corrosive paste. The bleached parts have then been hand painted with a tortoiseshell-inspired motif also appearing on the Stone Island badge on the left sleeve. This extraordinary manual process …

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BEHIND THE BRAND: STONE ISLAND

Mr. Carlo Rivetti, the CEO and creative director of Stone Island, isn’t exaggerating when he says that the philosophy of his brand is innovation. Since this Italian label was created in 1982, then an offshoot of C.P. Company, it has created more than 40,000 different garments. The first Stone Island jackets were cut from extremely durable truck tarpaulin that had …