A Stylist's Guide to Moncler Grenoble
Moncler’s Head of Design Sandro Mandrino brings us the latest instalment of Moncler’s world tour. This collection features flourishes that aren’t synonymous with skiwear, culminating in an unconventional collection in the best possible way. If you’re unsure how to style your fringed puffer or tie-dye knitwear, fortunately, we have our resident stylist Alex on hand to provide us with his in-depth knowledge of the collection curating inspiring looks for on and off the slopes.
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"For the first look I’ve started off with one of the lighter pieces from the collection; the Woodstock® T-Shirt. This piece features a large Woodstock 1969 print which pays homage to the three day festival of peace that happened 50 years ago, where artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and The Who performed. I’ve chosen to style the tee with a black Lardini wool overcoat and the black Emporio Armani woven trouser: both are simples pieces so that the print really stands out and becomes the focal point. Lastly, the Moncler Bubble sneaker continues the black theme and the tricolour matches the colours from the print."
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"The second outfit features one of the stand out patterns from the collection, tie-dye, on the Après Ski Jumper. The jumper features a beautiful Mohair and wool blend, three gauge cable knit and the Grenoble badge on the sleeve. I’ve layered the knitwear with more monotones to really let jumper do all of the work within the outfit. Over the top of the jumper sits the Faiveley jacket from Moncler creating a warm, winter-orientated outfit. On the bottom is the trouser from Neil Barrett and finishing it off with a Y3 sneaker."
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"For the third outfit I’ve chosen to start with the Arlaz Jacket which is another piece of technical genius from Moncler Grenoble. It has all the technical features that you’d expect from Moncler Grenoble such as duck down padding, powder skirt and a shell that has been bonded with a breathable waterproof membrane. The jacket is also a classic red glossy nylon and features a tonal fringing running around the chest and back of the jacket. I’ve paired the puffer with a matching Givenchy t-shirt and trainer combo which highlights the red colour from the jacket and, to finish it off, a trouser from Alexander McQueen."
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