Barely a month after the release of its collaboration with Fragment designer Hiroshi Fujiwara, Moncler is dropping yet another one of its highly-anticipated Genius collections: 5 Moncler Craig Green. It was first unveiled at Moncler's SS19 show at Milan Fashion Week last September, through a series of innovative films showing the pieces suspended upon a mechanical contraption.
For the collection, Craig Green had been inspired by tents and kites, resulting in sculptural yet functional outerwear pieces. These are a far cry from Loewe's new menswear collection for backpackers, however. Green's approach leaned towards the avant-garde, as seen in the zip-up jackets, stiff-hooded capes with rope strings and parkas resembling tents.
As demonstrated in the videos, the pieces are constructed from lightweight but sturdy materials, which come in an array of bold and bright colours. Even Moncler's Longue Saison, which typically comes in black, has been given a vibrant update courtesy of the British designer.
View the collection in the gallery below: