Moncler Genius collection for Fall launches with a slew of high-profile collaborations.

February 24, 2023


Moncler Genius Fall 2023 RTW collection sees a host of runway-ready pieces made fit for the average urban environment, with shades of black, pink, orange, yellow, blue and purple donning intricately-designed silhouettes.

The selection of pieces on display included collaborative efforts with adidas Originals, fragment design, Palm Angels, Salehe Bembury, Alicia Keys, Roc Nation by Jay-Z, and Pharrell Williams.

The adidas Originals range saw Moncler’s trademark down-filled garments collide with the Three Stripes’ sportswear identity. This resulted in glossy puffers with co-branded hits and buttoned sleeves that reveal vibrant layers beneath. Collaborative monogram logos adorn textile windbreakers with wavy lettering, while staple track tops don Moncler’s premium craftsmanship.

Dubbed “The Art of Love,” Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s fragment design imprint continues to inject its futuristic identity into everything in sight. This arrives as billowing coats with geometrical figures, circular shoulder detailing, and fuzzy hood cushioning. At the same time, mounded sleeves are fashioned from plump leather reminiscent of neoprene wetsuits, and abstract leg warmers see a swollen construction.

For Palm Angels, delicate pastel tones illuminate its inventive offering of Moncler puffers with typical ribbed indentations and dangling shoulder badges. In addition, Moncler’s outlined rooster emblem is replaced with its collaborator’s palm tree silhouette, while zippered tops and shirting sit beneath, acting as excellent layering options along with intersecting leather utility pants.

Pharrell Williams’ “The Art of Terrain” collection submits to nature, debuting a protective capsule for rugged camping experiences. Angular contours adorn shielding vests that double as backpacks, while others protect both sides of the body with zippers and hiking clasps.

Jay-Z’s Roc Nation entertainment agency fashioned ski-ready apparel with daring color-blocked motifs, a cropped fit, and oversized hoods — similar to Salehe Bembury, who used sinister scored patterns to create muscle-like cavities reminiscent of the human body.


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