Seven Picks From The New Stone Island Collection

Stone Island is one of our favourite brands, with clothing and accessories that incorporate technical elements, look neat and smart and have that utilitarian element that makes you want to head off for an afternoon at the San Siro.

Here's our pick of the new range. 

Hooded over shirt in brushed cotton tela. Garment dyed to create the OLD effect, an exclusive dyeing treatment and subsequent fading on the finished garment for a slightly worn and three-dimensional appearance.
Tote bag, also wearable as a backpack, in durable nylon tela. Large bellows pockets at front with flap and below with snap and Velcro strap. One pocket is topped with a second pocket in Reflective, a polyester tela with a coating made of thousands of glass beads.
Hooded jacket in Nylon Metal. The grey weft and white warp colour is the grounds of the metallic and tonic sheen of Nylon Metal, one of the most versatile fabrics born of STONE ISLAND textile research. Nylon Metal Flock is paired with an adhesive film and then flocked with micronized cotton. The finished piece undergoes an elaborate double dye procedure providing different shades, intensity and colours to all the garment textile fibres.
Overshirt in brushed cotton tela. Garment-dyed to create the OLD effect, an exclusive dyeing treatment and subsequent fading of the finished garment for a slightly worn and three-dimensional appearance. Double opening bellows pocket applied on chest, upper opening with snap flap, side opening with hidden zipper. Button at cuffs. Hidden zipper fastening and button on the collar.
Short sleeve polo shirt in stretch cotton piqué. Slim fit. Ribbed collar and sleeve edge with two pinstripes. Collars with two buttons. Small side slits on bottom hem with inner tape appliqué. Stone Island Compass patch logo applied on chest.
Trench in David-TC. Starting with an initial star-shaped Japanese polyester/polyamide substrate, garments in DAVID-TC are assembled and then simultaneously dyed and treated with an anti-drop agent. During garment dyeing under pressure at 130°C, the heat radically transforms the structure and hand of the material. The result is the beautiful and wearable clothes that combine an industrial feel with a rich in unique tactile experience.