Stone Island Shadow Project often takes elements from military garb and reworks them with an experimental focus, and that’s what this anorak represents. It’s cut from a ripstop dévoré fabric, which is printed using three-pigment dye and has cotton portions removed to give the part-semi-translucent, camo-like appearance. There’s an off-centre mesh pocket at the front, too, which can be unzipped and transformed into a front panel.
This product has undergone a garment dyeing process. Any uneven colour of the surface is a distinctive feature of the wash.