Stone Island Shadow Project Highlights Asymmetry and Contrast for Fall/Winter 2017

High style and functionality are the competing forces
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Image via: Stone Island

Image via: Stone Island

Representing the 19th Stone Island Shadow Project collection, Fall/Winter 2017 explores asymmetry as a "catalyst for an expanded range of potential utility."  Throughout the apparel range, contrast is held up as a point of reference for both visual and tactile contexts. Fans can expect a variety of distinct fabrications, including a Metallic Mist Treatment that creates a matte shimmer effect on nylon, as well as Laser Engraving applied to David-TC, leather and suede, revealing graphic contours through out the negative space. In terms of unique details, look for Drop Pockets that are applied in both conventional and offset layouts, offering a space for clandestine device storage and retrieval, along with Articulation Tunnels that allow the wearer to adjust the tension and shape of the garment. Check out the full lookbook below, and shop the goods now at