The Ice Jacket was born. Created in heat-sensitive fabric, it amazed onlookers by drastically changing colour with changes in temperature. It morphed from yellow to dark green, white to bright blue and pink to grey. It was a totally innovative way of interpreting clothing, which interacted with the behaviour of the wearer. The Ice Jacket then evolved in terms of colours and fabrics, to create mimetic garments, which lost their printed patterns in the cold.
44865 3D PERFORMANCE COTTON TELA + MUSSOLA GOMMATA Hooded bomber jacket, created in performance fabric made up of ultra light cotton canvas laminated to a breathable, water and wind resistant membrane. The three-dimensional appearance of the outer face has been created by the application of a honeycomb pattern polyester mesh, which apart from creating a pattern on the surface, protects the performance membrane. www.stoneisland.com