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NY on ice: The Moncler Grenoble show

Last sunday at Central Park, I was incredibly amused by the Moncler Grenoble fashion show. A show that converted itself into a real ice spectacle. 
Guided by the Moncler staff through Central Park, we arrived at  Wollman’s rink, with an astonishing NYC view. 
 Skaters fully dressed up in Moncler’s traditional winter clothing, entered the ice rink. They danced to M.I.A with “bad girls”  and then with a live chorus, that kept everyone’s attention and emotion growing exponentially until the very end.
At some point, I forgot where I was, and went back to Christmas time. I was watching a beautiful holiday performance in New York City with freezing cold, followed by a celebration with hot cider and hot wine. Experience to remember.
Moncler Grenoble FW2012-2013 show

Click to see the videos I taped from the show! (I love the ending in part2)
Photos and videos by me and Ruy

Bisous

Denni

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