Italian Moncler presented their new Grenoble 2010 Fall Winter collection at New York Fashion week this week which was a visual feast. On the edge of the Hudson River, Moncler built a four story scafolding structure to present their new collection of both menswear and womenswear.
GQ described the atmosphere and collection best, “Space-age ski-suits, and close-fitting, down-filled and quilted jackets, in techno-nylon and micro-rip stop, were set alongside ribbed sweaters, furs and long, full, treated-canvas skirts, banded at the hem in reflective nylon, which were inspired by 1950s designs from the Moncler archives.
The customary palette of metallic grey and matt black was spiced with shades of wine, chocolate and cream. Snug hoods, caps, gaiters, leggings, ski-goggles and boots, completed the effect of an army of piste and off-piste warriors.
Strict functionality was built into many of the pieces. The trousers, for example, were slim enough to be worn in an urban setting, but featured “bellows” at the bottoms of the legs, which could be opened out to accommodate ski-boots.”
See collection below from Moncler’s Grenoble 2010 Fall Winter Collection.