Moncler collections combine extreme needs with day-to-day city life. Beginning in 2003, when Remo Ruffini entered in the Group, a process of repositioning of the brand was initiated through which Moncler products take on an ever more distinctive and exclusive aspect.
Moncler’s integrated and flexible business model is geared towards having direct control of the phases of production that add the greatest value, putting the pursuit of ever increasing quality at the heart of all its work. The promotion of a responsible supply chain is a fundamental part of this process; there cannot be long term growth without responsibility and respect. During the last year Moncler has established a Sustainability Unit dedicated to supporting the integration of social and environmental factors into the business decision-making.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Milano, IT
Founded
1952
Size (employees)
3,216 (est)+17%
Moncler was founded in 1952 and is headquartered in Milano, IT

Moncler Office Locations

Moncler has an office in Milano
Milano, IT (HQ)
47 Via Stendhal

Moncler Financials and Metrics

Moncler Financials

EUR

Market capitalization (20-Oct-2017)

6.2 b

Closing share price (20-Oct-2017)

24.3
Moncler's current market capitalization is €6.2 b.
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Moncler Market Value History

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Moncler Online and Social Media Presence

Moncler News and Updates

What Shrinking Store Counts Say About the Luxury Industry's Future

For the first time ever, net luxury store growth over the last 12 months was negative with more closures than openings.

Thom Browne's Dream of Paris

The show's darkness delivered magic on the catwalk with a collection that was as light as the fabric itself, and shot through with colour.

Sartorial Straightjacket at Moncler Gamme Bleu

The execution was truly superb, but it is really time for Thom Browne to explore new territory.

Can a New Creative Director Revive the Belstaff Brand?

In an exclusive preview of today's show, Belstaff creative director Delphine Ninous and CEO Gavin Haig tell BoF how they are repositioning the 94-year-old brand to appeal to a modern consumer.

Is Luxury Outerwear the Next ‘It’ Category?

In recent seasons, luxury outerwear has become a strong status symbol — and sales driver.

Is ‘Nearshoring’ the New Offshoring?

Fashion brands are turning to manufacturers in Eastern Europe and Central America for greater agility and speed to market.

Moncler Company Life and Culture

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