Stone Island Garment Dyed Down C
Stone Island is an Italian premium men’s apparel brand from Ravarino famous for its compass patch that buttons onto the higher sleeve of the left arm. It belongs to Carlo Rivetti’s “Sportswear Firm” (SPW).
Massimo Osti (b. 1944; † 2005) began his first label C.P Company in 1974. Stone Island was set as a secondary line or diffusion collection of his important label. The model specialised in floor remedy of fabrics and dyeing techniques. GFT bought the corporate in 1983, Osti left in 1994, it’s now run by Carlo Rivetti.
Originally the patches had been inexperienced edged, badges from across the 12 months 2000 onwards turned black edged. There are also a run of rarer ‘white badges’ which have been originally made on sure jackets to celebrate the millennium. The white badge is now obvious on jackets that use materials that Stone Island develops themselves in-home. Novel jacket designs embrace the “Liquid Reflective” jacket, that makes use of thousands of small shards of glass that mirror to mild.