The underlying concept and goal behind a Moncler Grenoble collection is to cover all aspects of living amidst the nature of a mountain resort during the Winter weather season. It is a creative approach to aesthetics which fuses its sources of inspiration with linearity, taking influence from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Ski suiting, men’s and women’s clothing, are laminated with a film projection on interior linings, and heat-sealed to ensure the upmost waterproofing performance. Nylon use has undergone a chintz treatment, donning Moncler’s traditional colors with focus on fire-red and sky-blue combinations. Nylon is thicker than in previous seasons with irregular surfacing. Trousers sport a slight flare influenced greatly by the 70s, while jackets are inspired by an environment reminiscent of the 80s – slim, clean cut, paired down, with boudin rolls that are not overly accentuated, marking out the body as they envelope it.
The consistent message throughout the Fall Winter collection is eclecticism, comfort and relaxation – a modern day interpretation of the Winter season which embraces a variety of approaches to functionality through innovative use of technical fabric.