by Michael Regester
[Images courtesy of Moncler Grenoble]
Love was certainly in the air at Saturday night at the Moncler Grenoble fall/winter 2015 event; the brand stayed true to its image as the presentation showcased looks inspired by the 60’s and 70’s, prominently featuring a bride and groom at the forefront. While also staying practical, Moncler showed us how to to stay chic and fashionable during one of New York City’s historically coldest winters, since 1994. Moncler also made sure its guests didn’t forget that it was Valentine’s Day, displaying the looks on the models via hydrologic lifts, creating the shape of a massive Valentine’s Day chocolate box. A partially-romantic embrace occurred during Princes’ song “Kiss,” in which all models turned to each other and illustrated their affection. The entire presentation was an experience in itself, proving that Moncler is still a force to be reckoned with in the fashion industry, particularly when it comes to showmanship and cold weather.