Moncler www.monclerjacketssale.com has been protecting from the elements since 1952. The first down jackets were created to protect workers from the cold in a small Alpine factory in Monestier - de - Saint - Clermont, and that fundamental purpose has remained intact ever since. It's just got a lot better - looking.
What's been so fitting about Fragment Frgmt's ongoing inclusion in the Moncler Genius project (he has been there since day one) is that in some ways Remo Ruffini's piumino powerhouse has adopted Fujiwara's ethos. Its multiple - drop mega - roster of rotating collaborators, a list whose membership is intermittently updated and refreshed, allows the house to navigate fashion less like the ponderous battleship its size suggests, and more like a fleet of fast and maneuverable destroyers: It can be anywhere, everywhere, almost all at once. Instead of one creative or artistic director whose "vision" it is hitched to and must indulge through thick and thin, Ruffini's house is free to date anyone it fancies.
Stunting on his fellow Moncler Genius compadres, the Moncler Jacket menswear designer didn't show up empty - handed providing an introspective inquiry into the protective, yet lightweight qualities of down - filling in the collection dubbed 5 Moncler Craig Green.
I feel like with a lot of black space in an image, it's like infinity. In a statement, Philippe Benacin, chairman and CEO of Interparfums SA, said, "This is a great achievement for us.
Green's collection, which launches in stores today, is the designer's sixth with Moncler, a relationship that predates the launch of the Genius project with a handful of capsules in 2017, and a sign of Moncler's willingness to bet early and big on designers. (One imagines that a number of Moncler fans likely discovered Noir Kei Ninomiya and Richard Quinn through Genius, for example.) "It's a great fit," Green said in a phone interview from London last week, of the relationship. "I see Moncler as a brand that's about protection and functionality and also about uniform, and those are things we explore within the Craig Green mainline collection."