Having not too long ago dropped a new Nylon Steel capsule, Italian outerwear label Stone Island has unveiled its full Spring/Summer time 2018 assortment. The new release sees the brand continue to develop progressive fabrics and techniques, with new methods of constructing garments getting used alongside ideas and processes taken from the brand’s extensive archive.
For the Spring/Summer time 2018 drop, Stone Island have taken inspiration from vintage Polish army uniforms and chosen alligator camouflage as this season’s camo print. To provide the desired affect, the sample was hand painted earlier than being photographed and re-printed. The alligator camo pieces additionally come with shoulderpieces of a particular mild cotton-nylon rep material which undergoes a six color printing process.
Elsewhere on this assortment, the brand has reworked some iconic pieces from its cult Marina line. The Marina launch was developed in two separate but related elements, with the “Foldedcapsule seeing items dyed, folded after which printed by hand to present them an unique graphic motif that differs from garment to garment. The “Alloveritems are produced in a extra conventional technique. Colors comparable to “Avio Blue,“Octane,“Lavenderand “Salmon, in addition to white stripes, red personalization and the embroidered crimson star are seen on pieces from both sides of the Marina assortment.
Different themes in the Spring/Summer 2018 assortment embody garments made utilizing a nylon tela base that’s then plated with a extremely reflective white coating made using thousands of glass microspheres. The capsule additionally sports activities TANK SHIELD pieces which have a multilayer fusion know-how that ensures water resistance and breathability. The key colours used all through the gathering embody “Pewter,“Inkand “Moss./p>
There’s no official date for the collection’s launch in the meanwhile but keep checking the Stone Island net retailer for more data. A choice of key pieces from the brand are currently out there from HBX’s new Stone Island pop-up in Hong Kong.