As Green said of both garments and setting: "It's about celebrating Moncler's icons and using them as symbols. Here the pieces start out as a flat sheet that is injected with down quilting in a very flat way. There are a series of zips that allow the body to inhabit it and to give Moncler Outlet volume." The printing presses alluded to the fact that that outlines of the bodies in the garments were printed on the outside of them: Green was keen to point out that the commercial collection backstage continued this interplay of body, down, and fabric but in a more easily street - worn manner.
The act of collaboration gains a new profundity when Rick Owens is involved. One of fashion's eminent philosophers, his cerebral approach to design and living leads him on intimate paths of discovery. His collaboration with Moncler became one such journey.
In short, he's never been the type of person to stay within a single discipline. "I always want to do bits and pieces with many people. If you are here, you are viewing the look book images for Genius Collection 5: Craig Green.
Moncler has acquired the remaining 30 percent of the share capital of Sportswear Company S.p.A. (SPW) that owns the Stone Island brand, for a consideration equal to 345 million euros from Temasek. The company also signed an agreement for the purchase of the 70 percent stake held by Rivetex S.r.l.
If this room wasn't startling enough, the second one blew you - and the clothes - away. Here the 10 models stood on metal grills below which powerful jets of air blew periodically upwards, blowing what resembled nylon Chinese lanterns into the air and keeping the garments unfurled like a sail in a full wind. At first sight it was as if each model had been somehow molded inside a pool mattress.