Key Pieces: The lineup of outerwear is another solid offering, but more specifically the long coats, pull-over windbreakers with a detachable hood and bottom half, light pink/orange bomber, knitted mint green tee and the mid-top perforated suede footwear.
Editor’s Notes: Stone Island’s boss Carlo Rivetti delved into 10 years of the Stone Island Shadow Project last fall, as the line is renowned for further pushing the envelop on what’s possible in clothes-making since its founding in 1982. For SS19 or collection “7019,” Stone Island Shadow Project continues to explore new textiles and fabrications, in addition to implementing previous concepts from past seasons like the Articulation Tunnels and Articulation Zippers now coming in spiral and curved versions. The newest component is a removable Encase Panel, which provides more storage and coverage, as well as the debut of the stowable Split Hood.
Encompassing a slew of outerwear, tees, sweaters, hoodies and pants in a vibrant palette, another distinct component throughout the apparel are the prominence of all-over graphic patterns. Three new developed fabrics have been produced, which consists of the “DPM CHINÉ,” constructed from woven rip-stop and boasts a new Shadow Project camouflage, the “IMPRINT NYLON,” influenced by the contrast of surface and tension and, “LENTICULAR JACQUARD,” which utilizes angles of perception to create a visually shifting textile. Lastly, the label caps off its offerings with a range of suede and leather-constructed footwear that is detailed with the signature Shadow Project graphics.
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