For Fall 2022, its Creative Director Sandro Mandrino zeroes in on functionality and clothing fit for otherworldly atmospheres, echoed by the Thibaut Grevet-shot campaign. Gaggles of Moncler Grenoble-clad models perch atop a sparse hillside in the latest collection, which is injected with iridescent lilac, spectral white, and silver to combine in the same winter's night haze that might serve as the backdrop for this collection.
What makes Moncler Grenoble stand out from the house's other sub-labels is its technical qualities that are met with lightweight construction, resulting in garments that can be worn all year round. For example, the Peyrus jacket is lightweight and compact enough to be folded up and stored in one's bag, but features full-blown waterproofing come rain. Elsewhere, the color-blocked Ledi jacket is windproof and offers a modicum of waterproofing with the convertible hood flipped into place.
To help you layer up correctly for alpine climbs, Moncler Grenoble also offers technical shorts, leggings, and T-shirts, each infused with a technical edge.
Take a look at the collection above, and shop the entire Moncler Grenoble Fall 2022 range online and in select boutiques worldwide from July 28.
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