I'm available for hire if you need a PI. The Google translate produces some pretty fucking broken English, but enough to get the gist of what's happening here.
Reviewing this collection feels changed too: That night last February involved helter - skelter - ing through 10 or so collections in less than one hour - fashion speed dating - which was both fun and efficient but hardly conducive to connection. In contrast, speaking with Leoni on Zoom and looking slowly at these look book images - there's no particular rush, as due to some calendar vagary the collection has been on Moncler Outlet sale since January, so this review is more an exercise in completism - is highly conducive to connection.
Moncler is, of course, the brand that turned the puffer jacket into a luxury item - something you could covet and cherish like your favorite denim, not just the drab thing you wear when it's freezing cold outside. If this is the first time you're hearing the name Hiroshi Fujiwara, know that he was a creative multi - hyphenate before that was even a thing: a DJ, streetwear designer, and overall arbiter of cool who is as well - versed in hip - hop and rock as he is in sneakers and fashion.
This season's new additions are Matthew Williams of 1017 Alyx 9SM and London phenom Richard Quinn; returning are Craig Green, Simone Rocha, Francesco Ragazzi of Palm Angels, Hiroshi Fujiwara of Fragment, Pierpaolo Piccioli of Valentino, as well as Moncler www.monclersoutlets.com 1952's Sergio Zambon and Moncler Grenoble's Sandro Mandrino. And there are no puffer jacket - sized boundaries on what they can create.