Ultra lightweight materials sensually sculpt the silhouette and intertwine with exquisitely elegant details, such as painted buttons, while the fur trim becomes a Moncler Jacket chic detail.
Experimenting with angular additions, Green proposes featherweight zip - up jackets with padded hoods, parkas, and base layers made from a sum of light modules that can be folded, flattened and packed. Each outerwear piece can be separated and condensed into smaller cubes. Meeting the Genius challenge with genius moves, Green uses special zippers, clutch for extracting air as they are being closed, and designs a new structure for down panels (adding a a 2.5cm gap in - between every single pillow to be precise) so they act as a hinge so garments can be folded.
Usually we do a massive installation in a room where we try to control the environment. The collection is always focused around what the future will be. But this time, it felt almost like it was about the fantasy of being outdoors again, and we wanted to kind of encourage.
Another aspect we loved was that we were so immersed within the team. For labels that have made their name in a niche and since perfected it, one of the biggest struggles can be breaking from the self - imposed mold.
Craig Green pushes a pragmatic take on garment - making and a keen reflection on function through an intensely imaginative vision. What's interesting about it is that different people see it differently.
Moncler's shares hit record highs in Milan earlier and were up 8.5 percent after Ruffini's comments, while Kering shares were up 1.2 percent in Paris. The company declined to comment.