Regarded as the apres-ski brand, Moncler have been outfitted the discerning skiers and hikers of Europe since 1954 with their considered blend of down-padded silhouette and unashamed use of colour.
Over six decades on and the French label is as popular now as it has ever been, with the ‘M’ emblem to the left sleeve now seen as a sign of unparalleled quality.
Spring 2015 sees the outerwear brand continue to push their sartorial and sport-luxe ideas, blending classic workwear and tailoring ideas into their increasingly expansive collections.
Pieces such as the Delacroix Reversible Bomber Jacket that take style cues from collegiate outerwear and military inspired patterns sit neatly next to the sharply cut Matelot Shirt Jacket with its lightweight Polyamide construction and button closure chest pockets.
Providing the backbone to these boundary breaking garments are a range of collection staples. The Gui Gilet is a solid reminder of what makes Moncler the brand it is whilst Gregoire Shirt Jacket is a sign of the developing from its technical roots with plush down padding and functional pop closure pockets.