If you’re looking for some fall outerwear that goes with a stealthy looking kit look no further than this piece from Stone Island Shadow Project. Crafted from Goretex Paclite material, this shell covers all the bases without streaming for attention. The minimal exterior is secured with a sealed zipper and fitted with an interior harness for additional utility. Two side pockets and and an elasticated hem keeps the fit comfortable when layering. Available at END.
Celebrating a decade of collaboration between Stone Island’s Carlo Rivetti and Errolson Hugh & Micheal Sachenbacher of ACRONYM, Shadow Project has released a lookbook for their 21st collection 6919./
Driven by the fundamental processes of exploration, development, and expression, the 10-year anniversary collection marries comfort and carrying capability. The label has a series of flank and drop pockets for all your every day goods. Perhaps the most important and eye-catching aspect of the collection is the research put into the fabrics themselves. The pay off comes via Scarebeo textile which is a conspicuously reflective iridescent material inspired by the exterior of beetles. The ever-popular Stealth jacket serves as an excellent example of this new iridescent treatment. Items are available at stockists including SSENSE and E-35.
As Shadow Project continues to distinct itself from mainline Stone Island, the SS18 collection brings one of the brightest, most colorful collections yet. The label has taken inspiration from two central ideals for the season “expression through removal” and “opacity and transparency.” Certainly these appear throughout pieces in the line. This appears in the form of repeated print patterns and thin breataable fabrics. These include durable NASLAN as well as LUCID FLOCK, a translucent and ultra lightweight nylon material. My personal favorite is the purple iridescent parka which is sure to catch looks. Look for the collection available at Stockists including END and Farfetch.
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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.
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.
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 … Read more
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).
Shadow Project is home to some of Stone Island’s most progressive designs. The spring/summer 2016 collection will appeal to long-time Stone Island fans as well as guys looking to add a solid technical piece into their current wardrobe . The spring/summer 2016 is laced with an array of color options outside of the usual black, white and grey. Some of my favorite pieces include the Anorak, the cargo pants and the long shirting. Graphic tees and a slip-on sneaker round out the selection.
Check the rest of the collection after the jump and look for it to release online soon.
Stone Island has been a technical wear stalwart for decades now but recent seasons from the mainline have made me want to invest in a ton of their recent pieces. Think of Shadow Project as a more tech oriented branch of the label with designs by Errolson Hugh. This dramatic detail oriented video shows off … Read more