Designer Sergio Zambon presented 2 MONCLER 1952 Fall Winter 2022.23 Menswear Collection, that captures the need for movement and excitement, and reimagines club culture and subculture. The collection brings sense of lightness and endless possibilities, and the ultimate sensory escapism. For the season Zambon focuses on volume and color: Bright citrus hues splashed onto oversized, rounded shapes that float away from the body. The juxtaposition of matte and shiny surfaces, the play-off of teddy fleece and technical nylon, is used to highlight the new silhouette. The IT piece Achill Jacket features new proportions and a rounded minimalism in trademark pop colors. Fashion photographer Eddie Whelan captured the story featuring styling from Imruh Asha, and choreography by Thomas Heyes.
“The collection consists of essential items such as the short or long puffer, the zip-up windbreaker, the hooded sweatshirt, the roomy trousers with adjustable drawstrings. The dialogue with the British world and the escapism and euphoria of open spaces entices the collaboration with heritage brand Barbour, whose iconic waxed cotton jackets, usually suited for country life, take the bright pop hues of the collection, swarm in ocelot spots, or grow into the longer shape of a trenchcoat. Culled directly from club culture are the hypnotic prints on sweatshirts as well as the makeover of the Moncler logo which condenses the season’s theme into an eye-catching symbol. Fabrics are nylon, crocodile-embossed nylon, lightweight and matte cotton-nylon, cotton in a palette of bright yellow, orange and green with touches of chalk, onion and black. Ocelot and tie-dye prints add movement to an overall solid use of color.” – from Moncler