Working with Moncler is very easy." So said Fujiwara of a collection that incorporated personal passions that included a biker made in conjunction with Lewis Leathers (so a double collaboration); a bomber embroidered with the cover art from Kool & the Gang's Spirit of the Boogie; and a sweater featuring the longitude and latitude of Fujiwara's favorite restaurant in Paris, L'Ami Louis. A white paint Moncler Jacket - splattered two - piece look in black corduroy, galvanized sole Converse (another double collaboration) and a series of matte surfaced down jackets - not all in black for a change - featuring Fujiwara's signature graphics (lightning bolts over mountain tops) were further highlights.
The overall collaboration is divided into two drops, with the "Backstage" collection available now and the second capsule (which also includes a range of flannels and sweaters) to release in December. The first release features a stark palette of black, white, and a muted army Moncler Womens Jackets green, while the forthcoming collection utilizes Moncler's iconic reds and blues.
Fashion is living in a post-Supreme x Louis Vuitton world; this is almost assuredly the tip of the iceberg when it comes to legacy brands doing limited - edition releases and streetwear - like collabs. Moncler has taken decades of making Moncler Outlet great jackets and injected the process with the buzzy energy needed to stay on the top of the game - and they've done it in a way that is sure to satisfy their own fans, as well as Fujiwara's.
Chatting before the big reveal, Moncler's mastermind Remo Ruffini said that this event was the result - surprise, surprise - of a Covid - provoked pivot, thanks to the ongoing health security measures in China, where this launch had originally been scheduled as an all - live event. "So we don't have the crowd and that feeling it gives you.