Fabric research and treatment
DAVID LIGHT-TC: Blouson in a lightweight tela made with Japanese star-shaped cross-section polyester/polyamide yarns. The pieces are assembled and then dyed under pressure at 130°C, with the addition of a PFC-free anti-drop agent. During the garment dye process, the heat radically transforms the material’s hand and structure. The resulting garments combine an industrial appearance with a unique feel.
Inside, detachable lining in cotton nylon pile. Garment dyed.
Valet-stand collar with two snap fastenings. Collar, shoulder and sleeve seams covered with a herringbone polyester tape. Two slanting hand pockets per side, one with fixed flap and snap closure, the other, next to the first, with zipper closure edged by herringbone piping. Stone Island badge on the left sleeve. Strap with Velcro on the rounded cuffs that can be folded and snap-fastened. Elasticized drawstring in the bottom hem. Two-way metal zipper closure. The detachable lining can be reversed and used on its own. Standing collar and two-way zipper closure. The lining is fixed to the outer garment through a snap system on herringbone tapes.