Moncler Genius has always been proud to give a free reign platform to designers looking to experiment, welcoming abstract takes on the iconic outwear brand. The latest designer to take on the challenge is the “Godfather of Streetwear”, Hiroshi Fujiwara.
With vintage, military, urban and tech influences, the Fujiwara gives the collection of Streetwear staples an extraordinary update with bomber jackets emblazoned with cover art from Kool & The Gang’s Spirit of the Boogie and sweaters illustrated with the longitude and latitude of Fujiwara’s favourite Parisian restaurant.
Also debuting in the collection is a collaborative two piece with Converse. Fujiwara’s interpretation of the iconic Chuck Taylors comes in two new colourways with a minimal Japanese box stitch. Check out the campaign video below.
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