Who Needs Clothes in a Human Forest?
Last week, during the NYC Fashion Week , set in the heart of Manhattan within the cupola of Gotham Hall, Moncler introduced its latest line of high performance ski and après-ski wear to great effect. The Grenoble, Autumn-Winter 2013/2014 collection is just what you might expect from this uber stylish brand, and then some. Created in various shades of green – the collection’s color scheme is intended to represent the green of Alpine trees, symbols of life in a landscape where snow and ice reign supreme.
According to Moncler, the whole exhibition represented the mountains and trees of the Alps (shades of green dominated the ski ensembles). Whatever the point was, you totally missed out if you weren’t there, so check out the video below!
The stage, before it was set, consisted of 5 circular rows of steps, the highest of which was 10 meters off the ground.
The “Human Forest” show involved 370 boys and girls wearing the label lining up on different tiers underneath a mirrored ceiling, while flashing lights and a Star War-y soundtrack blared. All were dressed head to toe in the collection’s various hues of green.
The mirrored ceiling reflects the Kaleidoscope like configuration of models below. The effect was enhanced by the accompanying light show.
Photos and video courtesy of Moncler.
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