Moncler is a brand born in winter, shaped by winter - and which naturally loves winter. Since 1952, taking its first Moncler Jackets Sale steps among the snow - capped peaks of the French Alps, to its present global status, the brand has developed its most iconic designs to invite the world to embrace the beauty of winter.
"This is like Glastonbury, somehow," observed Jonathan Anderson as we dashed from frontstage to back at his show space in tonight's Moncler Genius launch event. As so often, he wasn't wrong.
So I would say thank you for the understanding. It was definitely more about balancing [fashion] with nature: I always think that adventure and things that are made for adventure - or even the idea of adventure - is a process of finding the balance between you and nature, finding a balance in power.
What's been so fitting about Fragment Frgmt's ongoing inclusion in the Moncler Genius project (he has been there since day one) is that in some ways Remo Ruffini's piumino powerhouse has adopted Fujiwara's ethos. Its multiple - drop mega - roster of rotating collaborators, a list whose membership is intermittently updated and refreshed, allows the house to navigate fashion less like the ponderous battleship its size suggests, and more like a fleet of fast and maneuverable destroyers: It can be anywhere, everywhere, almost all at once.
I went out in the early afternoon to reach my first destination, the Central Station, with its immense architecture halfway between Art Nouveau and Art Deco in marble and concrete. Sergio Zambon, creative director of 2 Moncler 1952 Man collection had curated an exhibition of three contemporary designers: Erwin Wurm and his Fat Mini; Prem Sahib and his Puffer Desks; and finally Andrea Anastasio with his vases and chairs created using materials that were fused together with those of Moncler's down jackets.