What's interesting about it is that different people see it differently. Some people see a platypus, some people see a frog, and some people see this strange human. It started from the monogram.
Moncler's 1952 origins in Monestier - de - Clermont, Grenoble, were reflected in the geographically specific print on an opening parka, as well as the GPS coordinates on some of the garments. Shod in '70s - style sneakers, the collection descended to sea - level - Life's a Beach-bright florals, abstracted leis of nylon blossom - through a brand - essential basecamp of mid - weight down jackets with nehru collars in pungently powerful colorways. The "neo - hippie" context was underlined by generously hemmed flares and ashram - appropriate slogans including Maintain Serenity With Strength and Purpose.
Looking at these images, you could totally imagine post-Paninaro - style tribes, from Harajuku to High Street Kensington, embracing Zambon's Vibram - soled sandals, felted wide - brimmed hats, powerfully pom - pom - ed beanies, ribbed - knit outerwear, quilted skirting, and, of course, down jackets (some with high - Moncler Jacket visibility prints by Karo Akpokiere) as a contemporary statement of slouch - core solidarity.
Also braving the frost in New York was model Irina Shayk. The Russian model, who hails from Siberia and has no doubt seen some torrential snow in her lifetime, chicly dressed for New York's snowfall in a crisp white puffer and chic white snow boots.
I do love winter. Zambon looked at three genres of youth culture - hippy, punk, and preppy - then ran their respectively 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s original references through a post - modern and twisted nostalgic 21st - century filter. www.monclersoutlets.com