Following the current declaration of the Moncler Genius venture, an activity utilizing the abilities of eight imaginative originators including Pierpaolo Piccioli, Craig Green and Hiroshi Fujiwara, new pictures give a look into the up and coming topics to be investigated by the choice of makers.
Through the undertaking, Moncler utilizes a huge number of stylish tastes further bolstering its good fortune — developing a subject of unity through the nuanced points of view of the people included. This thus introduces dynamic pieces, making an accumulation that “mirrors the uniqueness of the buyer.” Pierpaolo Piccioli strips the great duvet to the clearest shape, Grenoble – Sandro Mandrino, Noir – Kei Ninomiya and Simone Rocha reissue botanical ornamentation found in their separate work, while Craig Green hopes to proceed with his utilization of sculptural outlines with exploratory extents, and Fragment – Hiroshi Fujiwara references realistic embellishments as found in his section configuration pieces.
Moncler 1952 – curated by Karl Templer and PALM ANGELS – Francesco Ragazzi add to the accumulations also with another take. Check the point by point see above, and see the full gathering on February 20 at Milan Fashion Week. For more data, keep your eyes on the authority Moncler Genius site.
Fragment’s Hiroshi Fujiwara references graphic embellishments as seen in his previous design pieces, and Karl Templer and Francesco Ragazzi contribute to the collections as well with a new take. Dropping on February 20th at Milan Fashion Week, let us know what you think of the Moncler ‘Genius’ collection in the comments section below! In other collab news, be sure to check out the ’90s inspired Nice Kicks x adidas Consortiumcapsule collection.