Leica Joins Forces With Moncler On a New Collaboration



Leica Camera continues to celebrate 100 years of photography with the limited Leica X Edition Moncler.” The new edition was designed in collaboration with Moncler and infuses both brand’s values of quality design and technicality. The aesthetically pleasing and highly technical camera pays homage to the French origins of Moncler with a premium leather trim in a three-color scheme of red, white, and blue. The silver version of the Leica X is appealing to both photographers and fashion forward camera users. The exclusive Leica X ‘Edition Moncler’ is strictly limited to 1,500 units for the entire global market. The additional camera case was designed in accordance with Moncler’s world famous down jackets. The matching genuine leather camera strap bears the inscription, Leica & Moncler, highlighting the collaboration.

This exclusive camera was first unveiled during the Frieze Art Fair in London at the opening of Fabien Baron’s exhibition, “Monuments.” The opening was hosted by Leica and Moncler at Sotheby’s in October. Fabien Baron, Vanity Fair’s “most sought-after creative director in the world”, highlights the exemplary collaboration between Leica and Moncler with his exhibition. Baron’s photographs, captured with the Leica S medium-format camera system, show the spectacular ice and snow-bedecked landscapes of Greenland and express the fascination of nature with which Moncler is deeply involved.

The technical specifications of the Leica X Edition Moncler are identical to those of the standard production model of the new Leica X camera. The camera features a professional APS-C-format CMOS sensor with 16.5 megapixels (effective 16.2 megapixels) with a Summilux 23 mm f/1.7 ASPH. lens, increasing creative freedom and guaranteeing exceptionally brilliant pictures.

One Response to Leica Joins Forces With Moncler On a New Collaboration

  1. Bruh, I heard kings get lonely because people can’t see them. You remember me saying that I thought you deserved the very best because you took care without anyone even taking notice? Well, I have to get back on that point.
    Flattery, what do you know about it? The difference between winning or losing, don’t we all win? Don’t we need some challenge to keep our minds sharp? Yes we do.
    I know, always be careful with what you wish for. But it ain’t easy! The principle described in Crime and Punishment. Did you forget?
    Hopefully your enjoying yourself. Just straight up Thuggin it. No it’s a joke. I want some (small) worries and some to enjoy when I enter a new life-cyclus after the following X years to come, hoping there is still plenty to improve.
    Yes, I said plenty to improve. Is it confronting? Didn’t you know I was about to mention that I wished there were already made massive improvements? Whatever these might be, except more understanding of nature by people and nature. Is that what this is all about?
    For sure, I’d say. But in these explanations lay massive goldmines as well. This is quite Jezus-like and I am a little afraid. I don’t want to wish people unjust, no well-being etcetera, but does nature always provide enough resources for being happy as a human being?
    I really hope so and I believe God is great. Whatever the path is, let our souls unite and achieve greatness. This is what I am looking for.

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