A concerted effort by Giampiero Vagliano and Stefano Rovolett brought a long forgotten Italian-Franco outerwear label back from the brink a few years ago. That label was Moncler. Looking to repeat their success once again, the duo ventured out with a new label back in 2004, aptly called DUVETICA. In his going effort to highlight the best of the best in men’s wear, designer Junya Watanabe selected DUVETICA as the purveyor of outerwear for his COMME des GARÇONS MAN collection. Available in either Gilet (or hooded vest) or Jacket forms, the outerwear line entails a breathable cotton outer shell, plaid lining, and a premium goose down insulation. In addition, a plaid paneling on the rear helps to accentuate the design further. Standard accents such as elastic cuffs, hem, and heavy duty zipper by Waldes, both editions are now for sale at End Clothing of England and COMME des GARÇONS retail locations around the world, including the one in New York.
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