Stone Island: Storia

Since its inception in 1982, Stone Island has acquired a worldwide cult following for its cutting edge outerwear. Neither fashion, nor luxury, nor streetwear, Stone Island has combined the elements of all three into a unique mix that has resonated with the Milanese paninari, the British football diehards, and the North American hip-hop fans alike.


In the world where brands latch on to culture, through its almost four-decade existence Stone Island influenced it. At the center of Stone Island's success lies its relentless pursuit of excellence in design, and uncompromising spirit of experimentation with fabric treatment and dyeing techniques. This product-oriented stance has secured the brand's unique place outside of fashion's hierarchy.

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This monograph captures the story of Stone Island, combining its history and ethos into one source. With never-before-seen images and three major texts, it is intended for both diehard fans of the brand and those who have recently approached the world of Stone Island.

With introduction by Carlo Rivetti and foreword by Angelo Flaccavento. Texts by Eugene Rabkin with contributions by Paul Gorman and Jian DeLeon. Creative Director: Simon Foxton/& Son. Published by Rizzoli New York. English text.

The hard cover edition is available in selected Rizzoli stockists. A special cover with slipcase and a poster depicting the history of iconic Stone Island badges is exclusively available at Stone Island stores and websites.