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Moncler Plans To Keep You Warm And Stylish In Cold Climates With This Special Collection

Collaborating with New York-based lifestyle brand, Kith.

BY Derrick Tan | Dec 7, 2017 | Fashion

Images from Moncler

Do you often layer up in nondescript outerwear to shield yourself from the frosty weather? Winter does not mean you have to be in a drab-coloured outfit that blends with the season. Hence, luxe French-Italian Sportswear brand Moncler has teamed up with Kith for an eye-catching special collection for Fall/Winter 2017-2018 that's sure to lift your spirits up for the dreary winter season.

The New York-based lifestyle brand injects colour and graphic elements that focus on Moncler's signature French flag colours: blue, white and red, deployed in linear and geometric form for maximum style and renewed appeal, reinterpreted in a more filtered tonal version. The ready-to-wear collection is a balanced match of names and symbols of both Moncler and Kith brands.

The collection includes graphic outerwear, made from iconic lacquered nylon; cotton jersey T-shirts and sweatshirts; accessories like gloves, backpacks and balaclavas; not forgetting trousers with thick-weave biker padding jackets and waistcoats, of great formal and clean geometric lines made in nylon laqué, characterised by a weave of biker-style padding and by a sparkling linearity of zips.

Wait, there's more. On December 8th (that's tomorrow), Moncler and Kith will drop the second part of the collection and presents an exclusive sheepskin-lined suede trainers, designed in collaboration with ASICS - named KITH X MONCLER X ASICS - which blends different manufacturing techniques in a unique piece available in navy, red and offwhite colours, ranging in calf and suede leather.

This Moncler X Kith F/W 2017-2018 special collection is now available in Moncler and Kith stores worldwide as well as online. The special garments will also be exclusively available on www.colette.fr and at Colette concept store in Rue Saint-Honoré, Paris with dedicated windows.


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