Stone Island Drops More Pieces For Its Shadow Project SS19 Collection

Featuring an exclusive nylon fabric.

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As Stone Island continues to experiment with textures and prints for its Shadow Project line, the Italian label now returns to drop more functional items for the Spring/Summer 2019 season.

Starting off with outerwear pieces, the four silhouettes are characterized by the “Stone Island”-branded tag buttoned onto the sleeve. Opting for a light water-proof nylon as the primary material, the military green bomber jacket is dyed with diagonal fading stripes in a darker shade and is detailed with a Velcro band on the chest as well as a the sleeve pocket. Akin to the cut of the aforementioned garment, the black edition features four front pockets and a two-way zipper.

As for the white shirt, the polyester jacquard boasts patterns that change when viewed from various angles and is adorned with a front flap pocket. The repertoire of tops also incorporates a green puffer jacket and a 20510 graphic T-shirt. Finishing off the look is a pair of beige chinos with curved adjustment zippers on both legs and a black logo-appliquéd chest rig.

The Spring/Summer 2019 Stone Island Shadow Project assemblage will hit select stockists at 9 a.m. EST on February 22. Make sure to check it out once it’s dropped.

Meanwhile in other fashion-related news, CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC unveiled its non-conventional take on the Fireman raincoat.

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