MONCLER’s MONDOGENIUS fashion show took place this past weekend, bringing together designers and musicians from around the world in a seamless, immersive digital presentation that celebrated innovative luxury outerwear. With Milan as its main hub, and 15-time GRAMMY® Award-winning singer, songwriter, and producer Alicia Keys as its host, MONDOGENIUS took viewers from around the world on a live journey through the minds behind MONCLER and its most recent collaborations.
Along the way, MONDOGENIUS stopped by Shanghai, Tokyo, Seoul, and New York to show off collaborative work from 11 designers and sub-labels, including: 3 MONCLER GRENOBLE; 7 MONCLER FRGMT HIROSHI FUJIWARA; MONCLER + DINGYUN ZHANG; 1 MONCLER JW ANDERSON; 2 MONCLER 1952 MAN; 5 MONCLER CRAIG GREEN; 8 MONCLER PALM ANGELS; 2 MONCLER 1952 WOMAN; 4 MONCLER HYKE; MONCLER + GENTLE MONSTER; and 6 MONCLER 1017 ALYX 9SM.
During the show, MONDOGENIUS treated viewers to cameos and work from celebrity co-hosts and performers like Victoria Song, Solange Knowles, and Teezo Touchdown, as well as visual art from Akinola Davies, films by Khalik Allah and Luca Guadagnino, and even wind tunnel skydiving.
Combining global community, spectacle, music, and ingenious design, MONCLER MONDOGENIUS was a novel fashion week experience quite unlike anything that’s preceded it. But even with all the stars and stunts, the clothes were the true MONDOGENIUS standouts. If you didn’t experience MONDOGENIUS live, watch the official video here, then scroll through to see some of our favorite looks and moments from the show.
3 MONCLER GRENOBLE
Prints—from energetic tie-dye to staid tweed—added visual texture to these puffers, making them MONDOGENIUS gems.
7 MONCLER FRGMT HIROSHI FUJIWARA
Apres ski met youthful goth looks in 7 MONCLER FRGMT HIROSHI FUJIWARA’s MONDOGENIUS designs.
MONCLER + DINGYUN ZHANG
A delicate, shimmering robin’s egg blue finish made this oversized puffer from MONCLER + DINGYUN ZHANG look comforting, stylish, and serene.
1 MONCLER JW ANDERSON
After more than a year away from public spaces, 1 MONCLER JW ANDERSON’s MONDOGENIUS presentation imagined what it would be like to return to the theater. The designer showed a short film by Luca Guadagnino staring Sophie Okonedo to an auditorium of mannequins dressed in his signature avant-garde designs and audacious prints.
2 MONCLER 1952 MAN
Bubblegum anyone? 2 MONCLER 1952 MAN combined saturated pop art colors with classic lines for a wearable collection packed with energy and excitement.
8 MONCLER PALM ANGELS
Artist and filmmaker Akinola Davies helped PALM ANGELS honcho Francesco Ragazzi reimagine the American West.
2 MONCLER 1952 WOMAN
With a performance by Solange Knowles at its heart, Khalik Allah’s film for 2 MONCLER 1952 WOMAN was packed with powerful emotion, tenderness, and plenty of dramatic moments.
4 MONCLER HYKE
4 MONCLER HYKE presented its models in formation under an indoor snow dome. Draped in olive drab and black, this presentation was as powerful and peaceful as snowflakes falling on pines.
MONCLER + GENTLE MONSTER
Dark, daring, and ready for anything, MONCLER + GENTLE MONSTER’s MONDOGENIUS collection added plenty of noir intrigue to the show.
6 MONCLER 1017 ALYX 9SM
Teezo Touchdown sported his signature nails for 6 MONCLER 1017 ALYX 9SM, alongside a sleeveless MONCLER jacket and a retinue of fans.