A Stylist's Guide to 7 Moncler Hiroshi Fujiwara
Moncler has cultivated a roster of elite designers to collaborate on innovative collections which launch monthly. October sees the third partnership between the heritage Italian outerwear manufacturer and the streetwear pioneer Hiroshi Fujiwara. The symbiosis of creative ideas shared between such prolific design powerhouses has created a collection of unique designs with foundations in craftsmanship and aesthetics bordering on futuristic. But how to wear the pieces? We've asked our in-store stylist Alex to inspire our choices from the collection with three looks that make us want to get dressed for the cold weather.
I’ve paired the chequered t-shirt with the silky nylon bomber jacket which also features the cheque motif. With this, I'd add a pair of Neil Barrett trousers; placing olive and khaki tones together as a nod to the military influence of the collection. I’ve kept the look casual, playing into the street style aesthetic Fujiwara brings to Moncler, finishing the look with Y-3 sneakers and a handy Valentino iPhone case.
Moncler was made for winter and for this look I've embraced the true spirit of the brand. I’ve utilised Moncler's red, white and blue signature and mixed it with a monochrome palette. Ripped jeans and casual sneakers complete a casual and practical look, very apres ski.
Miliary inspirations, fabrics and motifs were a big inspiration behind this collection so for this look I've leaned into those overarching themes. Mixing classic camouflage print with a bright orange jacket is a great colour clash that is highly wearable when paired with monochrome pieces in between. Opting for a brogue boot gives this outfit an interesting twist; mixing smart and casual with winter outerwear.