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Published on Oct 7, 2015
Versailles meets abstraction in the Moncler Gamme Rouge for the Spring-Summer 2016 season. Giambattista Valli has once again decided to reinvent the tenets of a sporting discipline as it measures itself against fencing. In doing so it teams the sport’s precision with decorative details that recall aristocratic elements combining baroque and rococo. It is a sporting pursuit that features allegorical allure, but here it is given a feminine interpretation with highly contemporary garments featuring Moncler’s outstanding signature technological research into materials. Technical dentelle lace, embroidered PVC teamed with rebrodé mesh, a black and white checked print with a flocked effect on technical organza and tulle with applications that simulate floral ton-sur-ton rocaille stucco. The creative subplot is played out entirely in an overlapping patchwork effect: a sophisticated set of embroideries in which ivory white prevails, with red and black incursions. The principle underscoring the collection blends alternating geometrics with a soft effect. The volumes are clean-cut, with ample, well-defined cocoons which put the waistline, always an important and focal point, in the spotlight. More on moncler.com