Following the release of its Shadow Project SS20 lookbook, Italian-based imprint Stone Island has returned with its Camo Dévoré collection, continuing to highlight its innovative approach to textiles and dyeing techniques.
The collection, which features two Watro-TC jackets, a hooded sweatshirt, a crewneck, a T-shirt, cargo pants, shorts, a hat, and sneakers, features a unique camouflage pattern in tones of Dove Gray and blue. The obvious highlights of the newly released range are the Watro-TC Flight and Hooded jackets constructed from a mouliné cotton/nylon fabric. The pattern has been embedded into the fabric through complex printing and double recipe dyeing processes. This includes a weakening of the opacity of the colors involved, with the dévoré procedure emphasizing various colors by removing the cotton from the cotton-nylon mix. As is expected, Stone Island has treated the jackets with a mild wind and water-resistant resin, finishing the pieces with an anti-drop agent.
Take a look at Stone Island’s SS20 Camo Dévoré collection via the video above and shop the pieces now at stoneisland.com.
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Stone Island_SS ‘020 CAMO DÉVORÉ WATRO-TC Jackets made of a mouliné cotton nylon fabric. The camouflage pattern achieved through a complex printing process and revealed through dyeing the finished garment. Part of the design is treated to decrease the strength of the colour, part undergoes a process to emphasise the strength, and part is treated with the dévoré procedure, which removes the cotton from the cotton nylon mix. Through the double recipe dyeing process, the design comes to life, cotton and nylon in different colours, enhancing the characteristics of each type of print used. The fabric has been resin treated inside to achieve a mild wind and water resistance. The addition of a special agent to the dyeing bath creates an anti-drop effect. #StoneIsland #StoneIslandCamo #StoneIslandCamoDévoré