2010 January 29
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(NEW YORK) Thom Browne's Moncler Gamme Bleu collection may have just bowed at men's fashion week in Milan, but the brand is already gearing up for another high-profile presentation--this time, at New York Fashion Week. The Moncler Grenoble line, which takes its name from the French village where Moncler originated in 1952, will be comprised of jackets, trousers, sweaters and skirts for both men and women, from technical ski gear to après-ski and city-wear. Details on the presentation are few, but considering the brand's history of elaborate presentations, the buzz is already starting to build. The Daily hears that up to 100 models are planning on taking part in the spectacle, which will take place at the Golf Club at Chelsea Piers. Moncler Grenoble will be unveiled on Sunday, February 14.
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