Garments are dyed with special recipes and then decolored by hand with a corrosive paste.
The Stone Island badge is attached to the pieces during the manual fading and feature the same corrosion marks.
Residual dye remaining on the surface highlights the architecture of the garments.
This artisan process – applied on outerwear pieces made in military-derived cotton satin, and on knits, sweatshirts and bottoms – makes each garment unique and unrepeatable.
STONE ISLAND APP EXCLUSIVE COLORWAYS
45131_Yellow Field Jacket made in military-derived cotton satin, garment dyed with special corrodible colorants and then manually faded, steamed and intensely washed with the addition of an anti-drop agent.
541A1_Black cotton crew neck. Worked in brioche stitch knit. Garment dyed with special corrodible colorants and then faded by hand with a corrosive paste, steamed and intensely washed.