If this room wasn't startling enough, the second one blew you - and the clothes - away. Here the 10 models stood on metal grills below which powerful jets of air blew periodically upwards, blowing what resembled nylon Chinese lanterns into the air and keeping the garments unfurled like a sail in a full wind. At first sight it was as if each model had been somehow molded inside a pool mattress.
Is skiwear the new streetwear Not yet, but the influence of the sport on fashion has grown beyond the casual apres look intended for the lodge. Today it's the fusion of fashion with technical gear that's picking up speed, on and off the slopes. Around the same time that Moncler Genius was launched, Italian skiwear brand Colmar introduced Colmar A.G.E.
It's no secret that the program is engineered to speak to the young, international, internet - savvy fashion consumer. And nowhere is that clearer than in the new Moncler Genius lineup, which is a murderer's row of designers, all of whom are setting the agenda for high fashion right now. This season's new additions are Matthew Williams of 1017 Alyx 9SM and London phenom Richard Quinn; returning are Craig Green, Simone Rocha, Francesco Ragazzi of Palm Angels, Hiroshi Fujiwara of Fragment, Pierpaolo Piccioli of Valentino, as well as Moncler 1952's Sergio Zambon Moncler Sale and Moncler Grenoble's Sandro Mandrino.
Garment - dyeing is what it sounds like: putting the thing together and then dyeing it. "You can really reach colors that you can't obtain in piece - dyed clothing," Williams says. "And it also gives the garment a real soul," showing off "all the highs and lows in www.monclersoutlets.com the fabric." Designers usually garment - dye T - shirts, or sweaters.