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Moncler Grenoble Fall/Winter 2015 New York

This season, Moncler Grenoble focused on what it does best: technical, luxe ski outerwear for men and women that incorporated its unique interpretations of Mongolian fur, Norwegian wool and knits and flannel. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the brand called the collection “Love Factory,” and offered up a recurring red motif with Sixties and Seventies love songs playing in the background. Models were posed on moving platforms that lifted them from a larger-than-life, neon-red chocolate box. The finale: a bride draped in a quilted down gown and a groom in a down tuxedo adorned with tails. This season, Moncler Grenoble focused on what it does best: technical, luxe ski outerwear for men and women that incorporated its unique interpretations of Mongolian fur, Norwegian wool and knits and flannel. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the brand called the collection “Love Factory,” and offered up a recurring red motif with Sixties and Seventies love songs playing in the background. Models were posed on moving platforms that lifted them from a larger-than-life, neon-red chocolate box. The finale: a bride draped in a quilted down gown and a groom in a down tuxedo adorned with tails. This season, Moncler Grenoble focused on what it does best: technical, luxe ski outerwear for men and women that incorporated its unique interpretations of Mongolian fur, Norwegian wool and knits and flannel. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the brand called the collection “Love Factory,” and offered up a recurring red motif with Sixties and Seventies love songs playing in the background. Models were posed on moving platforms that lifted them from a larger-than-life, neon-red chocolate box. The finale: a bride draped in a quilted down gown and a groom in a down tuxedo adorned with tails. This season, Moncler Grenoble focused on what it does best: technical, luxe ski outerwear for men and women that incorporated its unique interpretations of Mongolian fur, Norwegian wool and knits and flannel. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the brand called the collection “Love Factory,” and offered up a recurring red motif with Sixties and Seventies love songs playing in the background. Models were posed on moving platforms that lifted them from a larger-than-life, neon-red chocolate box. The finale: a bride draped in a quilted down gown and a groom in a down tuxedo adorned with tails. This season, Moncler Grenoble focused on what it does best: technical, luxe ski outerwear for men and women that incorporated its unique interpretations of Mongolian fur, Norwegian wool and knits and flannel. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the brand called the collection “Love Factory,” and offered up a recurring red motif with Sixties and Seventies love songs playing in the background. Models were posed on moving platforms that lifted them from a larger-than-life, neon-red chocolate box. The finale: a bride draped in a quilted down gown and a groom in a down tuxedo adorned with tails. This season, Moncler Grenoble focused on what it does best: technical, luxe ski outerwear for men and women that incorporated its unique interpretations of Mongolian fur, Norwegian wool and knits and flannel. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the brand called the collection “Love Factory,” and offered up a recurring red motif with Sixties and Seventies love songs playing in the background. Models were posed on moving platforms that lifted them from a larger-than-life, neon-red chocolate box. The finale: a bride draped in a quilted down gown and a groom in a down tuxedo adorned with tails. This season, Moncler Grenoble focused on what it does best: technical, luxe ski outerwear for men and women that incorporated its unique interpretations of Mongolian fur, Norwegian wool and knits and flannel. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the brand called the collection “Love Factory,” and offered up a recurring red motif with Sixties and Seventies love songs playing in the background. Models were posed on moving platforms that lifted them from a larger-than-life, neon-red chocolate box. The finale: a bride draped in a quilted down gown and a groom in a down tuxedo adorned with tails. This season, Moncler Grenoble focused on what it does best: technical, luxe ski outerwear for men and women that incorporated its unique interpretations of Mongolian fur, Norwegian wool and knits and flannel. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the brand called the collection “Love Factory,” and offered up a recurring red motif with Sixties and Seventies love songs playing in the background. Models were posed on moving platforms that lifted them from a larger-than-life, neon-red chocolate box. The finale: a bride draped in a quilted down gown and a groom in a down tuxedo adorned with tails. This season, Moncler Grenoble focused on what it does best: technical, luxe ski outerwear for men and women that incorporated its unique interpretations of Mongolian fur, Norwegian wool and knits and flannel. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the brand called the collection “Love Factory,” and offered up a recurring red motif with Sixties and Seventies love songs playing in the background. Models were posed on moving platforms that lifted them from a larger-than-life, neon-red chocolate box. The finale: a bride draped in a quilted down gown and a groom in a down tuxedo adorned with tails. This season, Moncler Grenoble focused on what it does best: technical, luxe ski outerwear for men and women that incorporated its unique interpretations of Mongolian fur, Norwegian wool and knits and flannel. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the brand called the collection “Love Factory,” and offered up a recurring red motif with Sixties and Seventies love songs playing in the background. Models were posed on moving platforms that lifted them from a larger-than-life, neon-red chocolate box. The finale: a bride draped in a quilted down gown and a groom in a down tuxedo adorned with tails. This season, Moncler Grenoble focused on what it does best: technical, luxe ski outerwear for men and women that incorporated its unique interpretations of Mongolian fur, Norwegian wool and knits and flannel. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the brand called the collection “Love Factory,” and offered up a recurring red motif with Sixties and Seventies love songs playing in the background. Models were posed on moving platforms that lifted them from a larger-than-life, neon-red chocolate box. The finale: a bride draped in a quilted down gown and a groom in a down tuxedo adorned with tails.

This season, Moncler Grenoble focused on what it does best: technical, luxe ski outerwear for men and women that incorporated its unique interpretations of Mongolian fur, Norwegian wool and knits and flannel. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the brand called the collection “Love Factory,” and offered up a recurring red motif with Sixties and Seventies love songs playing in the background. Models were posed on moving platforms that lifted them from a larger-than-life, neon-red chocolate box. The finale: a bride draped in a quilted down gown and a groom in a down tuxedo adorned with tails.

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