Moncler Noir Kei Ninomiya

6 Moncler Noir Kei Ninomiya relies on repetition, modularity and geometric abstraction as creative tools. The technical challenge is the driving principle of his collections: although painstakingly complex in construction, however, Noir’s creations are easy to wear when it comes to shapes and function.

Blousons, skirts, dresses, parkas and jumpers are the building blocks of the Noir look, which is invariably black and anchored to the ground by sturdy shoes. This season pieces result from the sum of small modules, multiplied and held together by miniature metal rings: an industrial-looking technique made possible by sophisticated, couture-like workmanship.

Silhouettes are though yet feminine, delivering an idea of aggressive romanticism. Fabrics are futuristic nylons, dolmias, laqué nylon and leather. The duvet is interpreted in both padded and flat versions. Petals swarm and multiply on small bombers and long gilets. Garlands and studded flowers add another element of punk romanticism and another level of technical prowess, while chains contribute a dramatic punch to the all black line up.

Tubular elements are hand-woven into striking outerwear. Ultrasonic logos create new textures on both wearable items and small bags.

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