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Disney x Moncler - Who Framed Roger Rabbit
By SENATUS Editor | 1 January 2023

Ahead of the Year of the Rabbit, Moncler has teamed up with adored icon, Roger Rabbit, for a capsule collection of fun and versatile full looks, brought to life by a campaign starring Global Brand Ambassador Wang Yibo.

The star of innovative multi-Academy Award-winning blockbuster, ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’, animates full looks for men, women, and children. A preppy, collegiate direction defines the capsule, led by letterman jackets in pink and navy colorways, crafted in luxurious lightweight coated nylon, emblazoned with Moncler graphics, and embroidered Roger Rabbit patches.

A reversible hooded windbreaker with all-over print packs portable flair and function.

Mix-and-match and mini-me pieces for families and couples offer plenty of scope for co-ord moments. Intarsia knit press-stud cardigans layer with tracksuits, tees, and hoodies, as well as accessories - from baseball caps to fun graphic socks.

The Disney x Moncler collection launched on Tmall on December 15th and will be available on WeChat, Moncler’s online shop, and at selective Moncler boutiques from December 19th.

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