When Sergio Zambon created the latest Moncler Genius series, he set his sights on Tokyo: from the appearance of this dynamic and energetic international metropolis, he deeply explored its soft core, that is, those who are not in the fast-paced modern life. The concept of environmental protection everywhere. The new series aims to define a new comfort zone and bring this concept from home time to broader public life.
Zambon has joined hands with two major trendy brands in Tokyo, And Wander and Suicoke, which specialize in outdoor clothing and footwear, respectively, to launch a series of casual clothing with a dynamic appearance and a comfortable interior.
Sergio Zambon is full of curiosity and passion, from the dual perspectives of anthropologists and art lovers, tirelessly pursuing the true meaning of fashion. He set a lively and cheerful tone for this series, injected iconic pop elements, and at the same time brought the concept of cooperation into a whole new field. Zambon often invites artists to collaborate in designing print patterns: This time, Karo Akpokiere’s humorous attitude and charming paintings have brought a vibrant annotation to “Tokyo Dialogue”. Akpokiere also uses comic techniques to deconstruct the Moncler logo from 1952, adding a pop of pop to the series of works on another level.
As the core theme of this series, “rest” is embodied in many clothing: knitted sportswear suitable for outdoor, ribbed pants, short skirts that surround the hips like a towel, cloaks and down jackets with raw hem, and suitable for outdoor wear slippers. The casual and neutral style in appearance, combined with the simple design lines, brings the pop art style to life. From unimaginable quilting patterns and pure black appearance, to technologically reflective down jackets, to bright and rich mix and match styles such as green and pink, this series reveals the unique temperament of Japan’s modern metropolis. Moncler’s outstanding performance is combined with avant-garde concepts, through the subtle use of nylon, high-tech organza, cotton, and ribbed knitted fabrics, which are presented in a very natural way.
Accessories in this collection include teddy hats, oversized pompom caps, hammered leather lace-up shoes, quilted slippers and sandals designed in collaboration with Suicoke, as well as upholstered bags and waist bags.
Sustainability note:2 The Moncler 1952 men’s series adheres to the Moncler sustainable development concept, and specially selects non-traditional fabrics such as recyclable nylon and polyester to make down jackets, jackets, parka coats, trousers and accessories to effectively reduce environmental impact.
MONCLER 1952Men’s clothing designerSERGIO ZAMBON
Sergio Zambon is good at multiple jobs and can easily cope with any creative environment. Over the years, he has worked for different brands, integrating his professional skills as a designer and communicator, his personal views, and the perception of harmony and balance into the brand to develop a complete and comprehensive structure. From product development to storytelling, he insists on promoting the brand to adjust and develop in all directions while maintaining its elegant characteristics. Sergio Zambon grew up in a multicultural environment and cultivated the ability to adapt to changes in the times since childhood. He was born in Egypt, his father is from Italy, and his mother is from Croatia. After settling in Rome, he studied fashion studies at the European Design Institute (Istituto Europeo di Design). During his 12 years at Fendi, he was responsible for a large number of consulting services. During the same period, he ran a personal women’s clothing brand of the same name, and then he was in charge of Acne Studios’ men’s clothing series. Since 2015, Sergio Zambon has been the designer of the Moncler Twist series and has been responsible for the design of the 2 Moncler 1952 menswear series since the start of the Moncler Genius project.
2 The MONCLER 1952 menswear collection was launched on September 2
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