This is what went down at Stone Island Presents Glasgow
Last Thursday saw Stone Island and NTS collaborate in the form of a massive fucking warehouse party at SWG3 in Glasgow. A Stone Island army braved the British elements and made their way to the outskirts of the city where everyone geared up for a full-on wave of electronic, hip hop and r’n’b beats until the early morning courtesy of NTS DJ’s Zomby, Trevor Jackson, Darkstar, Covco, Sega Bodega, Elliott Power.
The warehouse was kept dark throughout allowing bright white Stone Island projections to light up the walls; accompanied by strobe lights and hard bassy vibrations this made for a pretty sick atmosphere. Stone Island tagged cups lined the dance floor as everyone started to get wavy.
Glasgow’s very own Sega Bodega kicked off the night and instantly got the cool kids moving with a mixture of r’n’b and dance music. After Sega had successfully got everyone on their feet, Elliot Power kept them there with an equally intimate and captivating set of melodic electronic music. From then on the vibrations got harder as the headline acts took it in turn to up the ante well into the wee hours.
The iconic Stone Island badge was emblazoned on every shoulder mixed in with everything from streetwear, smart shirts, mini-skirts and heels.
Here's a few of our favourite looks:
Having modelled for Stone Island before, Aoden knows what he's doing: he keeps his Stone island smart and simple, buttoned to the top with a pair of industrial navy jeans.
In temperatures below freezing, layers (beer blanket included) were essential. This guy had it down, styled out with a white shirt and jacket. Also feeling this girl's all white bomber.
This guy kept it straight streetwear, mixing Palace and Lacoste with his white vintage SI Marina jacket.
Elliot Power keep it minimal in their contrasting colour block Stone Island coats.
Covco proving girls can look just as good in Stone Island.
Always a pleasure to see Carlo Rivetti aka Mr Stone Island.