MONCLER

MONCLER


Moncler, is a clothing company of French origin founded in 1952 by French entrepreneur René Ramillon that manufactures high-end down jackets and sportswear.


The company took is name from the abbreviation of Monestier-de-Clermont, an Alpine town near Grenoble. In 1993, Italian sportswear manufacturer Pepper Industries purchased the brand and since 2003 it has been owned by a consortium around former Pepper Industries designer Remo Ruffini who is chairman and creative director. The Moncler Group, headquartered in Milan, owns other brands such as Henry Cotton’s, Marina Yachting as well as Coast Weber&Ahaus, and holds a license for 18CRR81 Cerruti.