Co-creation is integral to the creative approach of Hiroshi Fujiwara, one of the longest standing members of the Moncler Genius roster. The Japanese poly-talent is known for a multi-disciplinary practice that draws from and gives back to the depths and niches of popular culture. The meeting of unique and distinctive visions has led to a new sunglasses design, characterized by sculpted rims and a fluid silhouette that reveals a sophisticated analysis of shape. The frame, produced by Marcolin, is available in Moncler boutiques, on moncler.com, and at selected opticians.
This pair of sunglasses combines a sporty design with modern allure. The silhouette is characterized by its linearity, enhanced by a meticulous study of curves, thickness, and contouring. The result is a sinuous, elegant frame with a harmonious structure. The style, which features the bell-shaped Moncler logo on one temple and the FRGMT signature on the other, is available in green or sand-colored lenses.