Moncler and UNDEFEATED Merge Functionality With Streetwear
Moncler and UNDEFEATED Merge Functionality With Streetwear For FW20

Moncler and UNDEFEATED Merge Functionality With Streetwear For FW20

September 8, 2020
Eleanor Davidson

Italian brand Moncler, most famous for their winter jackets and outwear, have added to their extensive list of collaborations thanks to their latest partnership with LA based premium sneaker boutique, UNDEFEATED. Despite being less well-known than Moncler, UNDEFEATED aren’t shy of big-name collaborations, having partnered with A Bathing Ape, Converse, Nike and Vans in the past.

The two brands have come together to merge the functionality of Moncler and the streetwear designs of UNDEFEATED to create a collaborative Fall/Winter 2020 collection. Featuring short and long sleeve t-shirts, gilets, beanie hats, hoodies and jackets, the collection has everything you need as we head into the colder months. Originally established as expedition jackets in 1954, there are no better jackets than Moncler to keep you warm in the winter months.

Stand-out pieces from the collab include a button-down jacket in khaki green that bears a Moncler-UNDEFEATED logo hybrid on the left breast and another on the rear. The 1952 TETHYS jacket is another eye-catching piece in this winter collection. With detachable hood, adjustable cuffs with stud press closure and a concealed drawstring at the hem, it can be tweaked to suit your styling preference. These jackets look great as they are but would look even better worn open and paired with one of the t-shirts from the release. The 1952 X UNDEFEATED logo t-shirt in neon yellow would look striking underneath the TETHYS jacket and is a great transitional tee that can be worn all year round.

The collection is available to buy now and you can shop it by clicking here. Some of the most popular pieces are already sold out in select sizes, so I wouldn’t wait around too long!

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Researcher: Levi Hudlin, @levihudlin