Stone Island X Adidas Five-Two 3 Samba
Famend for their trailblazing work in researching fabric remedies and studying type and function, Stone Island’s take on the Samba soccer coaching silhouette defies convention, taking the recognisable stone island hooded ghost jacket ‘Raso Gommato’ technical fabric from the brand’s archive, a rubberised army cotton satin, and treating it with an authentic course of. Dyeing the separate higher elements then unleashing a colour corrosion on it, washing off the color, bar the serrated three-Stripes to emphasise this iconic branding, highlighted with stitch detailing, and a more conventional suede forked forefoot panel.
About Stone Island
Because the inception of the label in 1982, Stone Island has been designing revolutionary, high-line sportswear collections, with a high emphasis on function and modern use of colour and supplies. The extreme originality of its design processes has led to an ever-expanding collection of unique, wearable design objects. Ongoing research from the dedicated Stone Island color laboratory ensures progressive exploration into garment dyeing techniques, fibres and textiles not beforehand seen in the clothing business. The Stone Island design manifesto is dictated by the contemporary wants of in the present day and continues to indicate how far it will possibly carry us into the way forward for trend.