A lot of brands show during fashion week that really don't need to. Some are smaller labels that should be spending that money on
The presentation for Moncler's Grenoble collection was equally--if not more--thrilling. The puffers and pants were typical, but the way in which they were presented at the Chelsea Piers was not.
With Bach blasting in the background, guests were escorted into Pier 59's golf club, where we were offered thermoses of hot chocolate and mulled wine. The presentation took place on the driving range, where models stood in sets of three on a huge metal structure, bright lights glowing on their "looks." Who cared about the clothes? The spectacle was good enough for us.
We'll admit it: These are two unnecessary shows that we wouldn't mind seeing again.