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Stone Island

Stone Island was founded in 1982 in Ravarino, Italy. Over a decade before Massimo Osti founded Stone Island, the Italian designer was busy launching another label called Chester Perry, which would become the C.P. Company in 1978. Like Stone Island, this brand’s claim to fame was also for a technical achievement—specifically the invention of dyeing garments made from multiple fabric and fiber types. A decade after this 1973 invention, Osti would revolutionize the garment industry once again with the invention of Tela Stella fabric.

 

Since the introduction of Tela Stella, Stone Island has become famous for its innovative fabrics. Among the highlights of their experiments (including a jacket made of stainless steel Teflon fibers) is the famed Ice jacket. Originally made from polyester and coated with liquid crystals in 1988, the jacket changes colors based on temperature and was upgraded in 2010 with a new, cutting-edge pigment.

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All items we deal with are guaranteed 100% authentic. We ensure that all the products are original through multiple inspections by market specialist and expert authenticators.

Stone Island

Stone Island was founded in 1982 in Ravarino, Italy. Over a decade before Massimo Osti founded Stone Island, the Italian designer was busy launching another label called Chester Perry, which would become the C.P. Company in 1978. Like Stone Island, this brand’s claim to fame was also for a technical achievement—specifically the invention of dyeing garments made from multiple fabric and fiber types. A decade after this 1973 invention, Osti would revolutionize the garment industry once again with the invention of Tela Stella fabric.

 

Since the introduction of Tela Stella, Stone Island has become famous for its innovative fabrics. Among the highlights of their experiments (including a jacket made of stainless steel Teflon fibers) is the famed Ice jacket. Originally made from polyester and coated with liquid crystals in 1988, the jacket changes colors based on temperature and was upgraded in 2010 with a new, cutting-edge pigment.

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