Moncler‘s recent collaborations with a bevy of designers and artists evidently took its toll on their sub-brand, Moncler 2 1952. The line, which is arguably the most retail-ready out of all the collections under the Moncler label, drew bits and pieces from the collaborations with various respected creatives. Some of the looks, particularly the empowering outerwear, harkened back to Pierpaolo Piccioli‘s modern monastic haute couture-like touch on their classic puffer. Others, ones that featured soft and billowy dresses and puffed-out silhouettes, were akin to those of Simone Rocha‘s ensembles. Yet despite the avant-garde references, these garments were extremely commercial and can easily be worn on the street. These weren’t ones to display on an art exhibition, but one can’t deny the artistic touch on all of them as well.
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