BY Connor Childers | February 8, 2018 | Style & Beauty
Cold-weather specialty brand Moncler has partnered again with renowned artist and illustrator Jean-Philippe Delhomme.
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The capsule collection, titled Moncler Postcards, merges the fashion house’s iconic puer-style jackets with Delhomme’s colorful drawings to create bold graphic pieces for men, women and children. Pulling inspiration from some of the world’s most luxurious ski destinations, Delhomme focuses on prints that capture a sense of joy: loved ones sliding down the slopes of a mountain range, a chic après-ski gathering and the Night Torchlight Procession—a traditional nocturnal descent on the slopes to celebrate the new year. Standout pieces include an elongated puer parka with a drawstring hem and an azure knit sweater, both of which have been digitally printed, then washed to give the fabrics a unique 3-D, textural effect. These relaxed silhouettes, combined with the advanced print technology, result in an innovative yet luxurious juxtaposition perfectly fit for your next frosty foray.
Photography Courtesy Of: Moncler