Stone Island Gears Up For Fall With Utility Overshirts and Down Jackets

Along with a wide range of graphic T-shirts.

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Following the reveal of its Icon Imagery collection, Stone Island has just dropped new designs from its Fall/Winter 2022 collection, along with restocks of popular Spring/Summer 2022 styles on HBX.

Comprised of T-shirts, sweatshirts and cargo pants, the latest range is perfect for the summer-fall transition. Leading the lineup are collared zip-up overshirts in “Olive Green” and “Aqua,” as well as winter-ready outerwear such as a blue-toned down vest and down jacket. Meanwhile, the HBX lookbook highlights SS22 hooded puffer jackets in “Beige” and “Navy Blue” paired with new slim and regular-fit cargo pants and restocked black sweat pants.

Other standouts include graphic print T-shirts adorned with various Stone Island branding, including the part-glossy “Motion Sturation One” print and the brushed compass logo with a similar garment-dye effect. Basic T-shirts and sweatshirts featuring the classic logo patch are less flashy choices. A logo beanie rounds out the drop.

Priced from $155 to $1,330 USD, Stone Island’s FW22 offerings are now available on HBX.

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