Moncler is a luxury clothing brand founded in 1952 by Rene Ramillon in Monestier-de-Clermont, France. The company began as a producer of quilted sleeping bags, but quickly expanded to making clothes and accessories for outdoor activities such as skiing and hiking. In the 1960s, Moncler began creating jackets specifically designed for the French skiing team, and by 1968, the brand had become popular among skiers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Remo Ruffini bought the company in 2003. He transformed Moncler into a luxury fashion brand. Ruffini expanded the company’s product line to include clothing for all genders and accessories such as bags and shoes. Under Ruffini’s leadership, Moncler also began opening flagship stores in major cities around the world, including London, Paris, New York, and Tokyo.

Today, we know Moncler for its high-quality, stylish clothing and accessories, and is a luxury brand. The company continues to be innovative in its designs and materials, and is constantly pushing the boundaries of fashion. Moncler is a popular choice among celebrities and fashionistas, and its merchandise is available in over 50 nations globally. Moncler has also been successful in collaborating with other luxury brands, designers and influencers, which help the brand stay fresh and relevant.