American designer Thom Browne continues to lead the creative direction Moncler Gamme Bleu, this time unveiling the Italian brand’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection during Milan Fashion Week. Active sportswear and outerwear from Moncler’s side blends with hand-made tailoring, a skill Mr. Browne’s showcased time and time again. The focus for S/S 18 is on crafting must-have transition pieces, giving us three different “groups” of offerings — the grey and grey and white group, the red, white and blue group and the formal black-tie group. Each group features a wide range of tailored pieces like sport coats, Chesterfield coat, peacoat, trench, cardigan, polos, trousers, shorts, and more. Fabric options are a plenty here as well, ranging from traditional wool suiting to cashmere, wool mohair, cotton poplin, Mackintosh fabric, and seersucker. There’s a good amount of technical fabric leveraged as well, including technical wool, nylon ripstop, mesh, and rainproof slicker. Madras plaids, gingham checks, seersucker stripes in a range of colors all make their way into Moncler Gamme Bleu’s Spring 2018 offerings, with moonboots and flip flops tossed in to finish off the looks.
Flick through the gallery up top to check out more looks from Moncler Gamme Bleu’s Spring/Summer 2018 runway show.