Moncler’s 1952 + Valextra Collection Sees the City and Nature Collide

Just in time for pumpkin spice latte season, the outerwear gurus over at Moncler have announced the launch of their 1952 + Valextra collection. Conceived by veteran Italian designer Sergio Zambon, and made in collaboration with Milan brand Valextra, the collection — out today — is rooted in modern youth culture with a touch of ’70s hippie vibes, while still maintaining the strong design features that the Moncler brand is known for.

Featuring muted tones and a laid-back flower power feel, the collection includes teddy fleece parkas, hooded sweatshirts, zippered blousons, and padded duvet trousers. It also introduces Moncler’s take on more formal attire, matching pieces like puffer jackets and windbreakers with collared shirts and ties. Ideal for looking on-point during those fall hikes and rainy walks to work alike. PSLs sold separately.

Check out the collection below.