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Moncler Spring 2015 Collection

Friday, February 6th, 2015

Regarded as the apres-ski brand, Moncler have been outfitted the discerning skiers and hikers of Europe since 1954 with their considered blend of down-padded silhouette and unashamed use of colour.

Over six decades on and the French label is as popular now as it has ever been, with the ‘M’ emblem to the left sleeve now seen as a sign of unparalleled quality.

Spring 2015 sees the outerwear brand continue to push their sartorial and sport-luxe ideas, blending classic workwear and tailoring ideas into their increasingly expansive collections.

Pieces such as the Delacroix Reversible Bomber Jacket that take style cues from collegiate outerwear and military inspired patterns sit neatly next to the sharply cut Matelot Shirt Jacket with its lightweight Polyamide construction and button closure chest pockets.

Providing the backbone to these boundary breaking garments are a range of collection staples. The Gui Gilet is a solid reminder of what makes Moncler the brand it is whilst Gregoire Shirt Jacket is a sign of the developing from its technical roots with plush down padding and functional pop closure pockets.

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A Conversation With… Dan Holdsworth.

Monday, October 6th, 2014


Developing innovative techniques in tune with meticulous research, an obsessive interest into the natural world and the literally ground-breaking world of geology, the work of photographer Dan Holdsworth both astounds and intrigues in equal measures.

We sat down with Dan Holdsworth in his studio to talk about his art, inspiration and his recent collaboration with Moncler

END. – How did the collaboration come about?
Dan Holdsworth – The project grew from my first discussions with Moncler back in 2012. We talked about the Blackout work and how this could make a great collaboration!

E – Did Moncler’s heritage encourage you to collaborate with them?
DH – Yes, absolutely! Moncler have an incredible heritage and it is one that they continue to develop in extremely innovative ways. The mountain expedition clothing that Moncler have produced from their outset are designed to extend the possibilities of human endurance pushed to the very limits. Within their cleverly conceived garments Moncler elegantly make reference to both this iconic early history as well as referencing that of future technologies of mountain exploration. In this sense the coming together of Blackout and Moncler is for me about referencing the unification of the innovation of ideas and for celebrating exploration and idea of landscape.

E – How did you feel seeing your work on another medium other than print?
DH – It’s exciting to see my images articulated into the fluid material space of the garments, which creates a really interesting new sculptural aspect to the work. The print quality is also extraordinary!

E – What is the ispiration behind your art and the Blackout series in particular?
DH – The Blackout work is made from source negatives originally made at Solheimajokull, a glacier on the South coast of Iceland. Blackout is a work fundamentally about ideas of transformation and the environment. I first become drawn to the Solheimajokull glacier because of its special appearance, at this time [Holdsworth first visited the glacier in 2000] the terminus of the glacier was almost entirely black – composed of volcanic debris melting out of the ice, so it absolutely contradicted ones sense of how a glacier should classically appear.
Working with the imagery of the glacier I made the simple conceptual realisation to invert/reverse the image – in undergoing this transposition – we see a sort of restoration of the notion of a pristine/ideal glacier while simultaneously the reversal also makes an absolute transformation of the atmosphere as the white of the sky becomes the black of space, and in doing so describes a new planetary reading of the surface, the atmosphere is absolutely removed.
E – I take it science and technology play as much as a role as conceptualisation in your work?
DH – Blackout plays with our expectations of the scientific imaging of planetary landscapes via for example radar and x-ray imaging. In Blackout through the reversal of the image – glaciers become volumes of light within the void of space and as such they paradoxically also become voids themselves, as the white space of the glacier forms a littoral negative [a reference to 19th c. photograph} – a ‘vessel’ for light, a volume to be fulfilled, a volume which subsequent to the photographic record no longer exists in this form. A ‘blackout’ is also representative of a human scale of time, so in Blackout I introduce a human perception/scale of time into the geological.

EH – After the roaring success of the capsule collection, what are your plans for the future in terms of both art and collaborating with other fashion brands?
DH – In the coming months we are continuing to launch Blackout Moncler at events around the world. I’m also currently working on a new project with glaciologists to explore the possibilities of creating imagery using 3D models of landscapes.

You can look at more of Dan Holdsworth work by visiting the artist’s personal website.

The Moncler x Dan Holdsworth collaboration is now available online. For a limited time only, receive the extremely sought after ‘Blackout’ by Dan Holdsworth book when you purchase any piece from the collection.

Moncler x Dan Holdsworth Blackout Gouter Jacket

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

Working with UK-based photographer Dan Holdsworth, French outdoor legends Moncler have created this striking new version of one of their classic down stuffed designs.

Borrowing one of the incredibly striking images from Holdsworth’s ‘Blackout’ series, a collection of photographs depicting Iceland’s glacial landscape which have been digitally manipulated in order to present a reversal of their original colouration, the Gouter Jacket features a full graphic print shell.

A collaboration that succeeds on a variety of fronts, this heavy-weight down stuffed design is equipped with a high stance collar and generous hood, finished off with a metallic iteration of the classic Moncler logo patch.

Online now, head to the Moncler section to take a good look at the Blackout Gouter Jacket.

Moncler ‘K2 – Sixty Years Later’ Expedition

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

In 1954, Italians Lino Lacedelli and Achille Compagnoni climbed K2, conquering the second-highest mountain on the planet, measuring in at 8,611 metres. For this feat verging on the impossible, the team was kitted out with Moncler down jackets, taken to a high standard of specialisation by Lionel Terray, the French mountaineer who has been a key figure in the brand’s history.

Sixty years after, the feat is being repeated: Italy and Pakistan team up emulating their predecessors by trying to conquer the almighty K2 wearing Moncler.

The mission will also be taking part in the Keep Karakorum Clean campaign, by carrying out clean-up operations in the high-altitude camps of K2. It’s hard to comprehend that from 2005, thanks to these initiatives, 40 tonnes of waste have been collected, and 12 toilets have been installed on the glaciers. The same projects have also trained 70 high-altitude porters, of whom over thirty specialise in mountain rescue, and around 200 trekking guides.

Check out the inspirational image below from the expedition and check out our selection of down jackets from the Moncler section of our webstore.

Moncler AW14 – Online Now

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

Having outfitted the discerning skiers and hikers of Europe since 1954, Moncler definitely know a thing or two about proper cold weather attire.

The AW14 collection from this celebrated French label sees them flex their sartorial muscles, experimenting with tailored silhouettes, new materials and layered constructions.

A new material for this season, the Moncler Luberon Nylon Down Shirt Jacket is constructed with a ‘Doudoune Elastique’ stretch blend shell, offering a unique aesthetic and superbly soft handle and is finished off with their lightweight goose down insulation.

Playing on both traditional workwear and classic tailoring, the AW14 collection features down insulated versions of both the blazer and shirt jacket, taking on a new silhouette whilst executing ideas in their signature style.

Topping off the collection are new versions of their top quality polo’s, lightweight knitwear and highly sought after headwear, all of which are constructed to their unparalleled high standards.

Online now, head to the Moncler section to explore the latest from the luxury french outdoor outfitter.





Moncler Spring Summer 2014 Collection

Friday, January 31st, 2014

Moncler are synonymous with aprés-ski outwear, a favourite with the hiking and skiing comminuties as well as high-fashion dressers. Now a staple of the END. brand roster, the French brand established in 1952 have released their Spring/Summer 2014 collections.

Spanning three lines; Moncler, the White Mountaineering designed Moncler W and Thom Browne’s enigmatic Moncler Gamme Bleu range, the drop is awash with essential pieces such as tees, polos and sweats as well as their signature padded outerwear like the Gui Gilet and Acorus Down Jacket.

Now available at END., be sure to browse the Moncler section or contact us by emailing [email protected] or call us on +44 191 231 3983.
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Moncler W – The First Drop for AW13

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

There’s a good reason that Moncler are in the position they are. The celebrated French outdoor outfitter has been the go to choice for European hikers and skiers since 1952 and continues to press forward season after season, creating forward thinking designs which effectively draw on their unique wealth of experience.

This attitude has led Moncler to collaborate with a number of their contemporaries, each time successfully identifying parties whose approach sits well with their own, exploring the possibilities and pushing the limits of performance outdoor apparel time after time.

Having previously collaborated with pioneering designers such as Thom Browne, Christopher Raeburn and End favourites Visvim, Moncler have teamed up with White Mountaineering, the Japanese masters of technical design for a range entitled Moncler W.

Bringing with them their expert knowledge of performance fabrics and their unique eye for detailing, the first Moncler W collection sees White Mountaineering, under the stewardship of head designer Yosuke Aizawa, take on selection of the French brand’s iconic down stuffed Jackets and Gillets, incorporating distinctive wool panelling, technical fabric blends and expert detailing.

To explore the first from what is sure to be an incredibly collection, head to the Moncler section now.

Moncler Gamme Bleu – Autumn/Winter 2013

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

For Autumn/Winter 2013 Thom Browne’s latest Gamme Bleu collection for Moncler takes inspiration from the ferocious winter weather of the Scottish highlands, appropriating the artisinal craftsmanship developed there for this incredibly impressive selection characterised by unparalleled build quality and directional design.

A design that has provided essential protection from the elements for the people of the Scottish highlands for generations, the Cable Knit sweater has proven to be a major source of inspiration for this latest collection.

The Cable Knit Crew and Cable Knit Roll Neck take on this time tested technique. Made in Italy from 100% Virgin Wool with an incredibly soft feel and are both finished to the brands exacting standards.

The AW13 collection sees the return of a number of Gamme Bleu staples with new versions of the Button Down Oxford Shirt and an innovative take on the Classic Blazer. These expertly crafted pieces add a selection of alternative detailing to tailoring classics, instilling it with Thom Browne’s characteristically rebellious sophistication.

The BD Oxford shirt, constructed from a fine oxford cotton features a full snap closure with mother of pearl buttons at the collar and the AW13 take on the classic blazer sees it built with a soft wool shell and stuffed with genuine down in a unique quilted design.

The iconic cable knit pattern is a major motif for this collection, with Thom Browne incorporating it in a number of innovative ways. The Shetland Wool Jacket is his latest iteration of that Moncler Classic, the down-stuffed jacket, playing host to a myriad of expertly executed design details and built to the unparalleled construction quality that has been on show in every single Gamme Bleu collection.

Made in Italy from some of the finest materials available it is filled with genuine down, features cable knit style reinforcements at the yoke and is closed with both Brass Riri zippers sourced from Switzerland and hard wearing mountaineering-style clasps.

A collection that looks like it may be shaping up to be the best yet, shop this first drop in our Moncler section now.

Moncler Gamme Bleu Spring/Summer 2013 – Online Now

Friday, March 15th, 2013

Thom Browne has been collaborating with Moncler since 2008 on the Gamme Bleu line and their offerings for Spring/Summer 2013 are some of the strongest yet. Every collection has seen Browne infuse his personal style, a silhouette that has been one of the most dominant forces on menswear in recent history, into high end, hand constructed pieces that incorporate the history of the storied French outdoor brand with all of the reverence which it deserves.

This season’s collection draws influence from the world of the sea, from classic high end sailing styles to traditional naval apparel, to create a series of progressive and directional pieces constructed to the expert standard that we have come to expect from the Gamme Bleu line.

For this season Mr Browne has applied this m.o. to a series of high end versions of every day basics that combine nautical detailing with his classic stylistic hallmarks. The long and short sleeved stripe tee’s are bear the classic horizontal print, are made in Italy from a premium cotton jersey and are constructed with a wide neck, inspired by functional naval styles. The nautical influence is particularly apparent in this season’s collection of knitwear with the Tricolour Tipped Cardigan and Crew Neck Sweater. Both feature a sailing naval inspired shoulder tri-colour tipped shoulder closure, secured by the collections trademark rubberized and branded press studs.

The collection of outerwear on offer in this collection yields some of its strongest results, taking the athletic inspiration behind this season’s work to create a selection of intriguing silhouettes in a hand selected range of first class materials. Gamme Bleu staples such as press stud secured blazers appear in sailing inspired cuts, boasting unique details such as drawstring adjustable waists, are on offer alongside direct translations of heritage nautical pieces. The Cordura Sailor Jacket takes an iconic naval style, with a particularly distinctive silhouette and recreates it in Cordura cotton, constructed to an exceptional standard.

Any Moncler collection isn’t complete without one of their signature down jackets and the Gamme Bleu’s offering does not disappoint. The two tone Nylon Down jacket is made in Italy and stuffed with their 90/10 down, designed to offer ultimate protection from the elements.

The Moncler Gamme Bleu Spring/Summer 2013 collection is one that refuses to compromise on the ideas that drive it. Executing those ideas to such an exceptional standard that only a brand like Moncler, or a designer like Thom Browne could ever hope to achieve. To shop the collection, head to the Moncler section now.








Moncler Spring/Summer 2013 Collection

Friday, February 8th, 2013

Moncler is an example of a brand that have a clear idea of the purpose for their clothing, refusing to compromise on the quality of their materials and the reliability of their construction methods whilst continuing to place an emphasis on design. As a result, they have been the label of choice for European hikers and skiers for over 60 years, people who like Moncler themselves, refuse to have to choose between sartorial and functional concerns.

The iconic French outerwear company endeavour to instil their creations with a sense of timelessness, believing that their style transcends the here-today-gone-tomorrow nature of modern fashion. Signature down filled jackets and gilets make up essential parts of every Moncler collection and are testament to this. Appearing in a more light weight version for SS13, the Gui Gilet and Acorus Jacket display the impeccable finishes and attention to detail that has made Moncler a mainstay for so many for such a long time.

The SS13 collection also shows how this approach can be translated towards more relaxed pieces, with a selection of t-shirts, polo shirts and crew neck sweats constructed with the same care and eye for design. Their tees feature grosgrain trim at the collar, hoodies are closed with two way branded zips and almost every piece is finished off with their signature felt logo appliqué.

This refusal to compromise on their history of style and quality does not mean however, that Moncler are stuck in the past. SS13 sees a number of premium versions of contemporary staples, including a hand knitted varsity jacket, camouflage print lightweight packable jackets and a down stuffed reversible jacket in a particularly eye catching floral print.

Take a look below to see catch a glimpse of this collection and to check out the everything they have to offer for Spring/Summer 2013 head to the Moncler section of the website.







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