Like clockwork, Stone Island stays on the ball of releasing seasonally appropriate pieces that retain its technical core. Now the brand is continuing its descent into the Fall/Winter 2023 season with its new “Hand Colouring” drop.
Small, yet mighty, the eye-catching drop tosses a down jacket, vest, cotton hooded jacket, sweatshirts, technical lightweight canvas pants, and sweatpants in pigmented-spotted constructions. Out of the lot, the down jacket and vest stands out with their David-TC construction, which is derived from a star-shaped Japanese polyester/polyamide substrate.
A key fact about the fabric is that it is transformed during the dyeing process as it endures a heat-induced compression under pressure at 130°C. The included bold lobster red and lead hues are complete with manually treated color spots before undergoing a fixer and washing stage.
This past September continued its “Ghost Pieces” range for the FW23 season with a new lineup of pieces in dark beige and dark navy shades. Of course, the outerwear serves as the hero pieces, which appeared mostly in O-Ventile® – a 100% organic weather resistance fabric.
With the latest drop, Stone Island is not slowing down for the colder months ahead. Take a look at the offering in the gallery and video above. Stone Island’s FW23 Hand Colouring drop is available now online.
In other news, Studio Nicholson drops a colorful Winter 2023 module.
Reposted from hypebeast.com