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.
Experimenting with angular additions, Green proposes featherweight zip - up jackets with padded hoods, parkas, and base layers made from a sum of light modules that can be folded, flattened and packed. Each outerwear piece can be separated and condensed into smaller cubes. Meeting the Genius challenge with genius moves, Green uses special zippers, clutch for extracting air as they are being closed, and designs a new structure for down panels (adding a a 2.5cm gap in - between every single pillow to be precise) so they act as a hinge Moncler Jacket so garments can be folded.
If Alyx is known for one thing, it's for its hardware: for its "rollercoaster" buckle, for its pseudo - tactical chest rigs, for its general belief that a garment is not complete until it's got something dense and awesome dangling from or attached to it. Naturally, Alyx gear is all over the genius collection. The Moncler logo is lasered onto the rollercoaster, while the smaller "tri - con" buckle lives inside the down jackets, where www.monclersoutlets.com it secures straps you can use to wear it on your shoulders, backpack - style, if you get too hot.