He said: "I changed the way I work more than 10, or maybe even 20 years ago when I decided I would no longer make any Fragment in my office. Yeah! And I hadn't been anywhere in nature for maybe a year.
The clothes, however, were lushly dense with turn - of - the - 20th - century references tumbled around down. Building them up in new ways with new materials and then spicing it up a little." Notably spicy for a house more regularly associated with high - altitude extreme sports were some extreme thigh - high boots.
In total there were 12 collections on show in tonight's third installment - is Genius going to keep on growing Said Ruffini: "Maybe not in terms of designers, but in terms of energy I want it to get bigger and bigger and bigger.
Fresh from a debut show in Paris, Green touched down in Milan once more with a presentation that sadly is not done justice via look book imagery. In ancient Roman times, genius was the name for the guardian deity thought to watch over each person throughout their life - like the proverbial angel on your shoulder, these geniuses protected an individual's moral character, and helped one to do the right thing.
The Italian brand describes the campaign as a visual study of the notion of genius and its symbiotic relationship with "craziness." Moncler points to its own evolution and the ways it fused genius and crazy to go from a skiing gear specialist to one of the world's most coveted luxury labels.
Around the same time that Moncler Genius was launched, Italian skiwear brand Colmar introduced Colmar A.G.E. In New York, man - about - town Kerwin Frost gave us his best stoop pose in a graphic Moncler Outlet jacket and a pair of larger - than - life swishy pants.