Milan Fashion Week started with Moncler Genius

Milan Fashion Week started with Moncler Genius

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The Italian brand under the leadership of Remo Ruffini presented 8 significant designers works of the brand’s iconic puffa coat in Palazzo delle Scintille night. Pierpaolo Piccioli, the legendary Valentino’s creative director, focused on capes in different lengths and colors. According to Piccioli, he used the most basic nylon, for focus on authenticity and the essentials. Also, he inspired by Piero della Francesca and Beato Angelico’s paintings like charming color combinations, but also white and black outfits. Piccioli said, “to evoke the Madonna.” Almost divine in their simplicity, it’s not too far away from his style.

Moncler 1 Pierpaolo Piccioli

Moncler 1 Pierpaolo Piccioli

Simone Rocha created again the historical down jacket contrasted with the beautiful femininity of her creations. They included a chic coat ornamental with cherry blossoms, a nylon dress decorated with flowers and elegant shuffled down jackets.

Moncler 4 Simone Rocha

Moncler 4 Simone Rocha

British Craig Green focused on volumes and proportions delivering inflated armors for futuristic human creatures.

Moncler 5 Craig Green

Kei Ninomiya’s 3-D texture designs challenged the use of duvet, which was tuned to obtain the innovative jackets and capes. He used totally black and leather products with the intricate workmanship and fabric manipulation are hallmarks of him.

Moncler 6 Noir Kei Ninomiya

Hiroshi Fujiwara focused on geometrical silhouettes and unusual fabrics, reinterprets American style through a Japanese point of view. He reworked classic down jackets and vests and he was matched with mohair sweaters and tartan shirts. 1952 collection featured a colorful installation with revised old outerwear pieces revamped with huge logos and Grenoble collection will try to connect with consumers with cheery prints in the technical.

 

Moncler 7 Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara

 

Moncler 7 Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara