Following the launch of its eco-conscious “Born to Protect” collection last year,
Moncler — who were listed as one of the world’s most sustainable brands in November for the third consecutive year — have once again utilised recycled nylon and polyester, as well as organic cotton and host of other sustainable practices, to craft a collection comprising menswear, womenswear and kidswear.
The “Born to Protect” insignia adorns the exterior of every piece, while inside the jackets a playful comic strip featuring Monduck — who has been gracing the inner lining of Moncler jackets since the 1960s — can be found, telling the story of the brand’s approach to lower impact materials.
What began as a mission to protect from the cold has now evolved into a commitment to protect people and the planet, a monumental task acknowledged in the campaign with the words: “We used to climb mountains. Now, we must move them”.
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