As a Canadian based in Paris, I should have picked up on the messaging well before the men dressed as Mounties closed today’s Moncler Outlet Gamme Rouge show. Thinking back, there was the immersive staging of leaves spray-painted all shades of autumn to enhance this walk in the woods, the buffalo-check jacket more polished than the ones we wore at camp, and an extra-shaggy bomber in red and white.
To my relief, Giambattista Valli clarified postshow that this outing wasn’t as purely Canadian as maple syrup or Ryan Gosling. Rather, his vision consisted of a Parisian girl heading out with her floral backpack of Coco-inspired performance tweeds and technical guipure lace blousons to experience an Indian summer. An idealized and convenient vision, sure; but as a narrative, it held up nicely. Anyway, this offering was far too chic and European-influenced to depict any vague notion of Canadian style.
But what Canada stands for, to say nothing of its dashing prime minister, Justin Trudeau, is about as zeitgeist-y a topic as they come right now. And Valli was clearly taking a noticeably warm and comforting approach from Moncler Sale this season, even if the end result remained no less elevated than usual. Those patterned and embroidered knits were upgrades on sweaters most people reserve for a quiet weekend at the cottage.
The Moncler Outlet UK outerwear and accessories, patterned in buds and blossoms that typically signal the end, not the start, of winter vaguely suggested the 1950s, while strongly bridging feminine silhouettes with the great outdoors. White tights, socks, and moccasins (updated with climbing rope laces or stripe) felt regressively childlike, but, for this very reason, pure and pleasing. Meanwhile, any of the backpacks—from the hyper-saturated photoprint landscapes to the fresh florals—are guaranteed to read well in stores (whether the roll-up mattresses will make it to retail is pending).
Valli, who showed his unambiguously Parisian womenswear collection nearly 24 hours earlier, noted how this collection was defined by all the tweed variations—from cropped and worn over a quilted coat to double layered—as well as the embellished guipure lace. By doing so, he was unwittingly challenging any of the other outerwear behemoths (a Canadian among them) to step up their design. Ultimately, the clothes projected little of Canada, yet they arrived at a shining moment: its 150th anniversary as a nation. Valli insisted he had no idea (few outside the country do). No matter, the collection read like a gift all the same.
Moncler Jackets Outlet article From http://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/fall-2017-ready-to-wear/moncler-gamme-rouge