I love being outside in winter. I love skiing. I like extreme conditions. I love New York City in the winter, snow, Christmas, the nighttime. The idea of New York City sprinkled Moncler Jacket in a layer of snow is really special. Everything covered, the trees, cars. And the silence. When they tell you not to go outside, that's genuinely when I like to go outside.
For what it's worth, my mind was most happily fried by these moments: Grenoble's flying snowboarders introduced by INTO1, Jonathan Anderson's sensual employment of "Senza Fine" starring Sophie Okonedo and an excellent looking collection, and Matthew Williamson's partnership with Teezo Touchdown to debut the single "I'm Just A Fan" for the Alyx film. I'm also www.monclersoutlets.com really excited to see what Green was trialing.
"Garment - dyed" is one of those fashion terms that isn't widely understood. But it's kind of a big deal! And it's not that complicated. My interest in photography is tied with fashion. I love the creative aspect, the narrative, and telling a story through a series of images.
Given the state of luxury fashion in 2018 - characterized by a widespread interest in collaboration, and a fully in - bloom affinity for streetwear - it makes perfect sense that Milan Fashion Week got things started with a partnership between one legacy label and a lesser - known (but cult - loved) designer. The legacy brand is Moncler, the Italian purveyor of all manner of puffy coats, and the collaborator is Hiroshi Fujiwara, who runs the extra - cool Japan - based label Fragment. Together, they've teamed up on a collection of jackets, vests, sweatshirts, and more - basically everything you'd need for fall and winter. "This is the first season of Moncler Fragment, and I wanted to show who I am and what Fragment is," Fujiwara tells GQ. "I wanted to put Fragment into Moncler."