*The ColisExpat service enables the client’s order to be shipped to a French address, from which it will be re-shipped to a selected country. ColisExpat guarantees parcel shipment from this address regardless of the country of destination.
Stone Island, or "Stoney" as it's known to fans, has been a reference in outerwear since its founding in 1982. The emblematic Tela Stella fabric, originally used to make truck-bed coverings, was to be the sturdy, two-tone material behind the seven jackets at the brand's outset. The limited collection took its inspiration from military aesthetics, seen in the compass-adorned arm-patches that were to become the label's signature all while hearkening back to maritime culture. Massimo Osti, the brand's Italian founder, eventually passed the reins to Carlo Rivetti, who would cement Stone Island's ethos and visual identity. Centering around textile research and development, the label is a leader in the conception of new fabrics and dyeing methods. It wouldn't take long for innovative designs to result: reversible jackets featuring thermoregulatory technologies, reflector strips, removable linings, and more. The constant experimentation and transformation of materials quickly became part and parcel of the brand's reputation, along with stylish but casual styles that worked for a diverse clientele. First adopted by young Italians in Paninaro in the 1980s, Stone Island coats and jackets would go on to seduce British football fans, who loved the flashier looks on offer. The light hooded jackets and quilted parkas would subsequently find their way into the wardrobe's of America's favorite rappers: Drake, A$AP, and Travis Scott would propel the label to international fame and secure its transatlantic audience. Collaborations with Nike and Supreme have only served to augment Stone Island's worldwide appeal, especially with trendy young consumers.> View more