The French-born pioneer in luxurious, fashion-forward winter wear that’s also reliable enough for Olympic athletes knows it’s a big deal to become a septuagenarian. Cue its staging of this spectacle in the historic Piazza del Duomo during Milan Fashion Week in September, which involved 1952 dancers, musicians, choir members and models all dressed in its signature Maya jacket (the number references the year Moncler was founded). And that was only the start of its festivities.
Performers at the Moncler Anniversary show dressed in their custom Maya 70 jackets.
Besides releasing a special edition of the Maya with a commemorative logo, seven other interpretations of this quilted cover-up – each created by a designer close to the house – started dropping in selected stores recently. Ahead, a look at the works of designers from Giambattista Valli to Pierpaolo Piccioli to Pharrell Williams.
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