One year after establishing its revolutionary Moncler Genius subline, Moncler welcomed Matthew Williams of 1017 ALYX 9SM, Richard Quinn, Veronica Leoni, Sergio Zambon and Poldo Dog Couture to join its multi-range garment expression.
At a recent event in Milan, Moncler Genius embraced its singularity in multiplicity concept by unveiling the new collections from its selection of designers all at once. Revealed via specialized experiences, each collection is rooted in Moncler’s unique heritage and values but expresses each creative’s distinctive aesthetic language.
Pierpaolo Piccioli and Liya Kebede, Sandro Mandrino, Simone Rocha, Craig Green, fragment design‘s Hiroshi Fujiwara and Palm Angels‘ Francesco Ragazzi all returned to express their takes on fashion-focused après-ski wear for the “One House, Different Voices” Project.
Matthew Williams was brought on to deliver a technical expression, which came as a functional hardware accented mix of contemporary industrial-tinged wares. The appointment of Veronica Leoni and Sergio Zambon to head Moncler’s 1952 collection brought a cohesive range of women’s and men’s offerings, while Richard Quinn put together an elevated level of flair with his usage of visually arresting prints and statement pieces.
The Moncler Genius Building is set to be open to the public starting February, but for now check out all the collections from the “One House, Different Voices” Project below. Stay tuned for the release of the distinctive ranges.
For more contemporary fashion, KOMAKINO’s defiant SS19 collection is spotlighted in /017’s latest editorial.
Moncler Genius Building
20127 Milano MI
0 MONCLER RICHARD QUINN
1 MONCLER PIERPAOLO PICCIOLI
2 MONCLER 1952
3 MONCLER GRENOBLE
4 MONCLER SIMONE ROCHA
5 MONCLER CRAIG GREEN
6 MONCLER 1017 ALYX 9SM MATTHEW WILLIAMS
7 MONCLER FRAGMENT HIROSHI FUJIWARA
8 MONCLER PALM ANGELS FRANCESCO RAGAZZI
MONCLER & POLDO DOG COUTURE