Oct 29, 2018 | By Alice Gividen
With a runway set up to be a winter camp, complete with sleeping models on cots, Thom Browne took Moncler’s Gamme Bleu collection back to what the brand was known for in the 60s — après-ski chic at its best. As the models slowly awoke and put on their snow-appropriate garb, a tonal grey palette quickly emerged. Quilted layers of flannel resulted in some of the week’s best examples of active-inspired volume. A contrasting brown was used in the form of beaver fur. Moncler-typical plaids were mixed in or used head-to-toe for a super-directional bit of whimsy. The moon boots were probably the central characters in this continued evolution of the time-honored label.
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