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At this point in Shadow Project’s development , the line’s identity has been solidified. Entering into it’s 19th season the label continues to further differentiate itself further from mainline Stone Island. Most notably the fall/winter collection is packed with heavy winter gear. An array of colorful down jackets and graphic patterned bombers grab most of the attention.

In terms of actual function some of the new features include ’Tilt Storage Pockets’, a seperated series of sloped pockets using a single zipper that runs around the entire piece. Also shown are elasticated ‘Articulation Tunnels’, that allow the wearer to adjust the garment’s shape.

Although it’s hard to ignore the new boots and accessories that complete the looks. It seems Errolson Hugh has found his comfort zone and continues to make SISP a universe onto itself. Look for the items to drop on Stone Island’s  online store and online at Farfetch.  

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Highlighting some new releases from Stone Island that will work easily into your wardrobe. First off is the nylon metal overshirt. The material from the shirting using Nylon Metal, a woven fabric that has a distinctive metallic finish. A hidden placket zipper and nylon mesh lining round out the package. If you’re looking for something that’s more of a easy sportswear piece, this crewneck Sweatshirt in Marine Blue is super simple and in a hue that will transition well across seasons.

Both pieces are available over at 18 Montrose.

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HBX highlights key pieces from Stone Island’s fall selections with a new editorial.  A mix of graphic tees, accessories and outerwear show off the versatility of the collection. Some of the key pieces are the Garment Dyed Down Jacket and the fitted knit pieces. While it might be a little early for cold weather gear, you can check out the pieces in detail over at HBX.

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For Fall/Winter 2017, Stone Island chose to focuses on textiles .The label brings back fabrics from the brand’s extensive archive. As always there’s a huge mix of color and textures. The user can choose from matte/shiny, organic/man-made and flat/structured pieces.   Also making an appearance are the monochromatic “Ghost” pieces based on camouflage concepts finished with unique laminating processes. Another key innovation is  a “Frost Finish” treatment that make the surfaces of knits and outwear appear frosted; and Thermosensitive materials that change patterns and colors with variations in temperature.  If you’re a fan of Stone Island there is tons to look forward this winter season.

You can shop Stone Island on SSENSE and Farfetch.

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This piece is one of the best I’ve seen from Stone Island this scene. An awesome olive color way that’s the result of a garment dyeing process . The parka comes in a performance fabric made up of an outer opaque light nylon layer laminated to a very fine breathable, water and wind resistant inner membrane. The seams have been thermo-taped for optimal water resistance.  Along with the removable storm hood and zip fastening system this is a strong choice for even heavy-duty rainfall.  It’s available over at HAVEN.

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With warmer temps right around the corner Stone Island drops this SS17 video showcasing their newest offerings. With an emphasis on color, material and functionality the visual shows off the best pieces in motion.

Visit the Stone Island site for more info.

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6519 Stone Island Shadow Project AW ‘016 ‘017 from Stone Island on Vimeo.

Stone Island Shadow Project provides a video accompaniment to it’s Fall Winter 2016 collection. The production quickly cycles through the different looks featuring sweaters, hoodies, tees, jumpers and technical hard-shells. The video quickly flashes through the elements and provides a closer look at some of the innovative details/features on various garments. Perhaps trailblazer sci-fi author William Gibson described this clip best in his tweet “That Stone Island Shadow Project video that @erlsn just tweeted is as Neuromancery as anything I’ve seen”.

Look for the pieces at the usual suspects including END and Farfetch.

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Arco Maher – The New Paninaro from Will Reid on Vimeo.

Arco Maher has a ton of Stone Island. The collection spans over 160 pieces. Dazed put together a short clip to showcase some of his best pieces.  The clip, titled The New Paninaro, presents a new Arco Maher lookbook and features appearances from James Magee, Tia O’Donell, Luke Storey and Kesang Ball. The visual is accompanied by a soundtrack by by Jesse James Solomon, whose other work can be heard here. If you’re a fan of the Italian sportswear label, consider this a must watch.

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Stone Island is one of my go-to labels for fall weather. This olive textured crewneck blends the comfort of cotton with the substantial feel of a knit. This crewneck uses textured cotton mix jersey fabric and features two concealed press stud fastening welt pockets. Now that it’s sweatshirt season , you’ll be hard to go wrong with any of the crewneck styles from the Italian stalwart label. Find this and other Stone Island styles over at Mainline Menswear.

Photos by Drex Drexel

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Perpetual techwear favorite Shadow Project is back with another directional collection. The fall collection utilizes over-dyed textiles that pull from the expert techniques of the parent brand Stone Island. All the winter outerwear bases are covered from bubble-goose jackets and insulated bombers to parkas and vests. There’s a heavy emphasis on zippers, pockets and practical details. The best iteration of this idea in the collection is a jacket with a large front zip-out pocket (large enough to store a laptop or other electronics).

More after the jump and you can find the collection at the usual stockists END and Oki-Ni.

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