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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