Winter Coats Don’t Need to Be Boring. This Season, Embrace Color


The monochrome colors. The minimal trim. The shapeless styles. The benchmarks of typical winter wear have to be practical—but not boring! Cold weather apparel has gone through a tremendous transformation over the years, making it easier than ever to keep warm and look fresh off the runway.

Outerwear, especially, can be equal parts functional and fun, and the latest offerings from 3 Moncler Grenoble proves just that. This bold collection truly turns ski wear on its head, and its unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.

In this seasonal range, designer Sandro Mandrino looked to festivals and raves for inspiration, designing looks that come alive with fringe-friendly movement, bold prints, and far-from-hibernating hues. Paired with the right hat, gloves, scarf, and footwear, and you’re sure to make a statement on the slopes…and the streets.


Channel a Cool Cowgirl

Toughen up sweet patterns with Western-inspired details. Fringed trimming and wide-brimmed hats embrace the best parts of wintery Americana-chic.

Orbeillaz Jacket, Jumpsuit, Printed Scarf, and Ski Goggles by 3 Moncler Grenoble

Don’t Blend In

A watercolor ski sweater stands out in the snow, and tap the breathtaking hues of winter sunsets.

Giusalet Jacket, Wool Sweater, Trousers, and Hat by 3 Moncler Grenoble


Go Bold or Go Home

Fringe and florals elevate the standard ski suit–proving that blossomy prints are totally appropriate in the winter.

Wool Sweater, Trousers with Fringe, Hat, and Snow Boots by 3 Moncler Grenoble

Neves Jacket, Hooded Jumper, Trousers, and Fringed Gloves by 3 Moncler Grenoble


Styled by Cassie Anderson, Hair by Conrad Dornan, Makeup by Tracy Alfajora

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