MONCLER GENIUS Moncler 8 Palm Angels cotton-jersey hoody

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Product details

  • Moncler Genius x Palm Angels cotton-jersey hoody
  • Exposed zip fastening at front
  • Oversized, hood with skull crest hardware, dropped shoulders, long sleeves, flocked logo patch at chest, logo print at chest, stitched panels at front, ribbed trims, asymmetric hem
  • 100% cotton
  • Machine wash
  • Model is 6ft and wears a size medium
  • Made in Italy
Product Code: 8134627
Ref: 229-3002260-8400150809F5


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The eighth instalment of the Moncler Genius project sees Palm Angels’ Francesco Ragazzi inflect the label with his subversive streetwear signatures. You’ll find the iconic Moncler appliqué stamped at the chest of this hoody – but have a closer look and you’ll see its colours are a little brighter than usual. Tying into Ragazzi’s concept of a vandalised art gallery, the reworked moniker captures the contrast between purity and protest.  

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