Craig Green designs "wearable habitats" for Moncler

A series of mechanical and cantilevered machines made of curtain rails and weights showcase this kinetic collection by British fashion designer Craig Green, shaped like tents and kites.

The London-based designer built the machines to present his latest instalment for Italian brand Moncler’s ongoing Genius project, which he launched yesterday, 10 January.

Green’s brightly-coloured, utilitarian collection features an array of architectural volumes that resemble the shape of sports kites, which he describes as “wearable habitats”. 

Inspired by the theme of protection and performance, an idea Green developed in his first collection for Moncler, the garments exhibit extreme forms, including stiff-hooded capes fasted with rope strings and sturdy, tent-like structures. 

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