6 Moncler 1017 Alyx 9SM offers a dynamic fusion of two distinct worlds that have been bounded together by each brand’s respective attachment to a vast expanse of territory.
Within our collective imagination, the outerwear created by Moncler Genius delightfully invokes visions of serene,
mountainous landscapes—one can imagine themselves situated within a Shelleyan quest into the unknown, intrepidly searching for the sublime.
Alyx’s innovative designs are set against the backdrop of an urban, mercurial metropolis—each piece optimized for maximum performance and aggressive elegance.
This collaboration integrates two disparate environmental arenas and the result seems to draw parallels between the navigation of each terrain.
Such a profound emphasis on environment speaks to the versatility of the collection,
which can be worn in the midst of traversing the chaos of an urban cityscape or perhaps while one is suspended 12,500 feet above ground level before diving from an aircraft.


John Alexander Skelton is a refreshing fashion anomaly:

ineluctably against generating waste and profit,

Skelton centers his namesake label around laborious handcrafting that is at once controlled and deeply consuming.

Waistcoats are reverently crumpled and worn above pastoral trousers doused in natural dyes,

while jackets and shirting alike are stippled with tight lines of beady black buttons.

The resulting designs march to the beat of their own drum—rustic without being treacly,

weaving a certain historical intimacy into the heterogenous Skelton tapestry of nubby ticking, repurposed bedsheets, and unraveling burlap.

And ultimately behind the brand’s uncanny, sometimes brusque attitude is a “selfish” standard of quality,

a devotion to one’s truth and a new degree of creative clarity that cuts a path across

fashion’s contemporary grain field.

 
 
 
 

 

6 Moncler 1017 Alyx 9SM offers a dynamic fusion of two distinct worlds that have been bounded together by each brand’s respective attachment to a vast expanse of territory.
Within our collective imagination, the outerwear created by Moncler Genius delightfully
invokes visions of serene, mountainous landscapes—one can imagine themselves situated within a Shelleyan quest into the unknown, intrepidly searching for the sublime. Alyx’s innovative designs are set against the backdrop of an urban, mercurial metropolis—
each piece optimized for maximum performance and aggressive elegance.
This collaboration integrates two disparate environmental arenas and the result seems
to draw parallels between the navigation of each terrain. Such a profound emphasis on environment speaks to the versatility of the collection, which can be worn in the midst of traversing the chaos of an urban cityscape or perhaps while one is suspended 12,500 feet above ground level before diving from an aircraft.


John Alexander Skelton is a refreshing fashion anomaly: ineluctably against generating waste and profit, Skelton centers his namesake label around laborious handcrafting that is at once controlled and deeply consuming. Waistcoats are reverently crumpled and worn above pastoral trousers doused in natural dyes, while jackets and shirting alike are stippled with tight lines of beady black buttons. The resulting designs march to the beat of their own drum—rustic without being treacly, weaving a certain historical intimacy into the heterogenous Skelton tapestry of nubby ticking, repurposed bedsheets, and unraveling burlap. And ultimately behind the brand’s uncanny, sometimes brusque attitude is a “selfish” standard of quality, a devotion to one’s truth and a new degree of creative clarity that cuts a path across fashion’s contemporary grain field.