During an intense boom - boom - boom of collection viewings almost as remorseless as the techno that DJ Pandora's jukebox was playing outside, Will Smith rolled up (and shook my hand!) as we were talking to Moncler's mastermind Remo Ruffini in a room designed to look like Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey and created to Moncler Outlet shoot the fabulous Richard Quinn collection (number 8).
Chatting before the big reveal, Moncler's mastermind Remo Ruffini said that this event was the result - surprise, surprise - of a Covid - provoked pivot, thanks to the ongoing health security measures in China, where this launch had originally been scheduled as an all - live event.
As if to underscore his remote status the designer imprinted the home address of Moncler on Milan's Via Stendhal (they have the best staff buffet), which contrasts with the flippable WOM (World of Moncler) graphic.
As of September 30, 2020, Moncler's mono - brand store network consisted of 217 directly operated stores (DOS), an increase of eight units compared to December 31, 2019 and 63 wholesale shop - in - shops (SiS), a decrease of one unit compared to December 31, 2019. During the third quarter of 2020, Moncler opened four retail mono - brand stores: one store in Japan, one resort location on Capri island (Italy) and two DOS in EMEA.
2020 ended on a high note for corporate activity. Behind the hidden doors are vastly diverse collections, offering bargains on everything from the common records to extremely rare vinyls in pristine condition.