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Very bad of me, I know, but I have to be honest, Moncler has never really been on my radar - I don't really do 'outerwear'. However, Moncler Gamme Rouge - the couture arm of the House - has just got me hooked. Well and truly. I'm a little speechless. If you know anything about me by now,...

For his Spring 2014 Moncler Gamme Bleu menswear show in Milan, Thom Browne looked to the sport of cricket for inspiration. The American designer says he wanted to cast the spotlight on the fabrics used throughout the collection; consequently, he removed color from the equation, creating pieces...

Always playing on a sports theme, creative director of Moncler Gamme Bleu, Thom Browne set the Spring/Summer 12 show in a real fencing club. With models marching down the runway to the tune of Stars Wars' "Imperial March", the collection is clean and beautifully tailored with great details...

Moncler Gamme Bleu 2012 Fall/Winter Collection Embracing the aesthetic of a different sport each season, Thom Browne's Gamme Bleu label from French brand Moncler has re-appropriated the stylings of Formula 1 racing for Fall/Winter 2012. The idea was inspired by three-time Formula 1 champion...

The Moncler Gamme Bleu line successfully marries two seemingly divergent aesthetics: the French alpine sportswear specialist and designer Thom Browne's revisionist take on tailored menswear. For Spring/Summer 2012, Browne takes inspiration from two gentleman's sports — tennis and fencing — to...

Tailored Cricket–Approaching his spring/summer 2014 collection for Moncler Gamme Bleu, American designer Thom Browne turns to the sport of cricket for inspiration. Letting cricket gear serve as the motivation behind jackets and trousers with quilted padding, Browne also employs more tailored...

Moncler Gamme Bleu 2012 Spring/Summer Sweat Parka Moncler Gamme Bleu introduces a zip-up hoodie for Spring/Summer 2012 making use of its favorite red, white and blue-striped colors. The heather grey base is made from 100% cotton and features the trademark striping across the front center....

Moncler Gamme Rouge finished off its Paris Fashion Week show with bundled-up models in picture-perfect snow bunny makeup walking arm-in-arm with some life-size fuzzy friends, and though they were technically humans in costume, we're willing to overlook that fact in the name of what was...

The last series made a display of white flowers appliquéd on dresses, tops, jackets and at least one coat guaranteed to make a statement (and so nice for Spring). I even loved how Giambattista mixed a flower-bedecked top with beige slacks–which, admittedly, is not an easy look for...

The Moncler Dual Off–The battle between classic European menswear and the athletic performance vision of Thom Browne continued at Moncler Gamme Bleu. This season's sport of choice was fencing for the suit-centric designer–though, not far of a departure from the American designer's aesthetic....