Inter Milan has formed a partnership with Moncler which will become the club’s official formal wear partner for the next three years.
In collaboration with the fashion franchise, Inter Milan has claimed that it looks to ‘take a new step’ in expanding off the field and exploring the world of fashion and lifestyle.
Moncler has revealed a 15-piece ‘ready-to-wear’ and accessories collection in the team’s dark signature palette for the Nerazzurri alongside head coach Simone Inzaghi and club management for formal engagements for the 2021-22 season.
Furthermore, the company has stated that the new wardrobe ‘celebrates the crossroads of nonchalant style and tailored elegance’. Magnum photographer Paolo Pellegrin has demonstrated the collection through it being worn by Inter squad members including Hakan Calhanoglu, Joaquin Correa and Denzel Dumfries, to name a few.
The kit features double branding in the form of mirrored logo embroideries, with Moncler’s ‘feltrino’ patch on the left arm and Inter Milan’s intertwined ‘IM’ emblem on the right.
A release from the Serie A side stated: “The collection is bolstered by an array of accessories that bridge the gap between the worlds of luxury and football.
“With two distinct capsules for players and top management, the Inter x Moncler collection is a refined edit of Fall/Winter Moncler Collection menswear classics, adapted to meet the needs of the team’s formal commitments.”
From 7 December, a five-piece capsule wardrobe from the Inter x Moncler collection will be available on the Moncler.com website, as each piece looks to combine the partners’ values to create an ‘instant desirability for fans of the slopes and the stadium’.
Earlier this year, the top-flight team aligned with blockchain providers for the sports and entertainment industry Chiliz, in a tie-up which promoted the $INTER Fan Token on the front of players’ shirts.
As part of this link-up, Socios.com became the new global main jersey partner, with the $INTER Fan Tokens creating new experiences for Inter Milan supporters across the world.