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Moncler Outlet Store a poly
« : 25.11.2021 06:19 »
Every element on the garment down to the zips were chosen solely because of how light it was." If Williams proved that luxury down jackets can inhabit the aesthetic universe of one of fashion's most attitudinal brands, Green made the case that the down jacket can, essentially, become anything - and that the material has uses outside of keeping the wearer warm. "I love things that are just whimsical and look like they used to do something but don't do anything anymore," Green said. "As people evolve and change there're so many things that we still have that we really don't need to function.

It all takes on a different tone, each material," he says. "And sometimes we have to dye it twice. If it's cotton and a poly, those have more highs and lows.

To end the day, the main event took us to Castello Sforzesco and its giant Piazza d'Armi. Here, the Moncler team had set up a large stage from which, that evening, Alicia Keys presented a mix of videos that summed up the entire MONDOGENIUS live streaming the event around the world. The stands were as crowded and trepidatious as before a basketball game, but the lights were soft and elegant as if suggesting an intimate and friendly atmosphere.

Craig Green understands that the importance of having "this idea and feeling translate to Moncler Outlet Store what is found in store" too, and so he funneled the collection's aesthetic and technical innovations into commercial jackets and knitwear featuring elements and fabrics that mimic details from the show collection. "I have always loved opposing ideas and the tension between two extremes, so exploring the ideas of heavy and light in this collection helped to push the development process further," Green says. "I think of a Moncler jacket in a similar way, something that has a solid looking form but actually is as light as air." Two models in particular, the "Glenard" (a bulbous double - hooded white cotton jacket) and the "Halibut" (an oily black matte nylon jacket with vertical channel quilting) call to mind the envelope - pushing shapes of the show pieces but wouldn't look too out of place on your daily commute.