If you are here, you are viewing the look book images for Genius Collection 7: Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara. "It's all quite familiar now because this is the fourth season we have done together. Working with Moncler is very easy." So said Fujiwara of a collection that incorporated personal passions that included a biker made in conjunction with Lewis Leathers (so a double collaboration); a bomber embroidered with the cover art from Kool & the Gang's Spirit of the Boogie; and a sweater featuring the longitude and latitude of Fujiwara's favorite restaurant in Paris, L'Ami Louis.
In short, he's never been the type of person to stay within a single discipline. "I always want to do bits and pieces with many people. I don't really want to be one designer for one brand," explains Fujiwara.
Black and white to me, is another medium. It's not a choice between color or black - and - white. Most garments are piece - dyed, meaning that their component parts are dipped before the whole thing is stitched together: body, sleeves, and the rest.
Craig Green pushes a pragmatic take on garment - making and a keen reflection on function through an intensely imaginative vision. Keeping practicality and wearability firmly www.monclersoutlets.com in mind, he devises items that are engaging and suggestive whilst favouring shapes connected to the realms of utility and uniform. Zip - up windbreakers and jackets come in lightweight cotton and nylons.
For 2 MONCLER 1952, Moncler calls on Sergio Zambon and Veronica Leoni of Valextra for Menswear and Womenswear respectively. For Menswear, Sergio looked to Moncler's positioning as a youth culture icon to craft a collection with a relaxed attitude while keeping a keen focus on the technical features that have come to characterise the brand as a whole. Key features of the delivery include teddy fleece parkas, hooded sweatshirt with bold typography, padded duvet trousers, and sees the iconic Maya jacket updated in three different corduroy colourways.