The name of the winter style game this season is urban street style meets classic cozy chic with Moncler’s newest outerwear collection, featuring designer Craig Green. The newest launch to join the Moncler Genius Project, this wildly colorful line will bring you back to the lazy days of summer when wearing festive colors was not only acceptable but righteously applicable. And between an ultra lightweight emerald green oversized parka and a cotton royal blue poplin short jacket, this English designer is presenting anything but minimalistic designs for the gentleman who’s looking for a snowy January look that’s overblown, sculptural, and the center of attention.

But cubic elements and nylon aren’t the only components that Green integrated into his one a kind collaboration, but a seemingly look back into the 80’s with two parts innovation and a step outside the ordinary. And by entering the Moncler Genius Project, which aims to create distinctive collections lead by some of the world’s most extraordinary designers, it’s easy to see how Green fit Moncler’s mold of showcasing reinventions of their classic menswear structure. Other notable fashion designers chosen were Pierpaolo Piccioli, Simone Rocha, Kei Ninomiya, Hiroshi Fujiwara, and Palm Angels. And in addition to the Moncler Genius Project, Moncler jumpstarted two additional lines deemed the Moncler 1952, celebrating the brands date of inception, and the Moncler Grenoble line lending homage to the French Alps where this state of the art Italian lifestyle brand was born. Moncler shoppers can expect to see skiwear that’s out of the box, with mix and match fabrics, filled with vibrant colors such as cherry red and icy shades of blue.

So if you’re looking for next level gear that’s fashion forward, effortlessly elegant, and will help you survive the worst of those cold winter days, we recommend indulging on Moncler’s newest outerwear line, for a snow covered treat that is sure to raise up the heat.