There's a new one, too. "We developed a new hook - it's kind of like a large carabiner - specifically for Moncler, and I think it's really beautiful, to use on belts and accessories," Williams says. "That was actually something we developed towards the last days, right before we showed. It just looked great with the styling.
It's "anchor's away" for Moncler Gamme Bleu Spring 2013 and under Thom Browne's creative direction we imagine any nautical notion is fair game. Fall 2012's ode to Formula One racing, complete with puffer - paneled bodysuits and racing stripe accents, made sense for the season taking cues from protective driving gear to keep Gamme Bleu guys warm in the winter months. This time around we imagine the designer will look to slick regatta racing attire for his seafaring adventure, but then again it is Browne so we'll just wait and see what tricks he has up his abbreviated sleeve.
These Muppet pieces were the warm and fuzzy heart of one half of the dichotomy Leoni swung between in this collection: staying cocooned in homey innocence versus stepping out to seize the moment and meet the challenge of experience. Recycled ripstop bucket hats fringed with feather were mahna - mahna - marvelous median lines between the two, as were the slouchy but element - repelling pajama pieces. Cord or quilted skirts set the foundation for a slew of strong new down jacket designs, sweeping black Moncler Outlet knits, and a cool kelp cardigan.
Zambon looked at three genres of youth culture - hippy, punk, and preppy - then ran their respectively 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s original references through a post - modern and twisted nostalgic 21st - century filter.