Moncler x Jean-Philippe Delhomme Postcard Collection

Hasil gambar untuk Moncler x Jean-Philippe Delhomme Postcard CollectionGreat Italian brand Moncler has declared another container accumulation with Parisian artist Jean-Philippe Delhomme, who made a progression of three “Postcards” in his unmistakable style to be embellished over a scope of shirts, knitwear, coats, swim shorts and adornments.

Delhomme is a productive craftsman and has had his work showed everywhere throughout the world, including at Colette, the Wright Gallery, the Lucien Terras Gallery, and at the Fashion Illustration Gallery in London.

The apropos named Moncler “Postcards” gathering is accessible for the two men and ladies from Moncler and select universal retailers.

Nothing spells ‘summer’ very like the possibility of an escape to the world’s most notable shorelines – from Venice Beach in California to Saint Tropez in France. Likewise, the women’s and men’s collections revolve around a joyful colour palette of sand, sunny yellow, bright blue, scarlet red and white, with practical yet stylish separates that unite technology with function and metropolitan practicality.

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For Spring/Summer 2017, Moncler has collaborated with Parisian craftsman Jean-Philippe Delhomme to present the POSTCARDS accumulation. With regards to the windy, tropical soul of the season, Delhomme has concocted three restrictive prints for the brands, roused by California, Saint Tropez, Capri and Positano.

Moncler collaborates with iconic Parisian artist and fashion illustrator, Jean-Philippe Delhomme to create a Postcard series narrating their Spring/Summer 2017 collection. Inspired by famous beaches – Venice Beach, Saint Tropez, Capri and Positano – the label and artist present three exclusive prints featuring soft tropical colour tones, each resembling different landscapes. The overall attitude achieved through digital technological advances combined with a D-I-Y aesthetic offers a balance between function and metropolitan practicality.

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