This season captures everything Fujiwara stands for as the undisputed godfather of streetwear, merging together his personal likes with Moncler’s aesthetic for a collection that’s technical, full of hidden surprises, layered (both literally and metaphorically), and also spans into womenswear for the first time.
With this in mind, we find a sustainable puffed-out anorak made from organic cotton and sustainable fabrics, while recycled nylon and recycled brass snap buttons have been used to help construct the range of quilted jackets, which are, of course, finished in black like the rest of the collection.
Standouts include the “WORLD OF MONCLER” puffer, which is abbreviated to “WOM” with the “O” being a depiction of Earth. By developing an acronym, “WOM” reads the same way no matter how you view it, which is said to reflect Fujiwara’s work with Moncler as it’s all about combining the finest level of design with heritage and a sense of immediately understanding what this is: a stellar collaboration yet again.
Complementing this array of garments are pieces such as the workwear jacket, jersey tops, jumpers, Bermuda shorts, and trousers, while womenswear is comprised of a quilted skirt, a dress with a quilted top, and outwear inspired by the men’s range, which is all brought together through new branding inspired by security patches and vintage Moncler labels.
Rounding out the collaboration is the 441 Cyclone jacket which was made using leather from the heritage specialists Lewis Leathers, as well a new range of Chuck 70s that pay homage to the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star and Jack Purcell, and lastly, a variety of caps, bucket hats, and beanies.
Take a look at the collaboration above, and shop the entire 7 MONCLER FRGMT HIROSHI FUJIWARA range in Moncler boutiques and online very soon.
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