Moncler and Antoni Tudisco Take Us on an Extraordinary World Tour


“NYC.” Moncler NFTs by Antoni Tudisco.

Last week, Moncler kicked off it’s 70th anniversary celebration with a sensorial multi-city experience aptly titled The Extraordinary Expedition. The roving exhibit flips the idea of a traditional gallery on its head, meshing the real and digital worlds for a one-of-a-kind exploration of the brand’s history featuring immersive graphics, NFTs, and physical showcases of Moncler’s most iconic archival styles (including collaborations with legendary designers like Pierpaolo Piccioli, Rick Owens, and Palm Angels). To mark the occasion, the Italian luxury brand collaborated with the artist Antoni Tudisco on a series of high impact NFTs inspired by the cities hosting The Extraordinary Expedition world tour—New York, London, and Seoul. Below, we caught up with Tudisco after the NYC event to ask him about his inspirations, dreams, and the future of fashion.


INTERVIEW: What inspires you?

ANTONI TUDISCO: My everyday life, surroundings, fashion, art books, and traveling.

INTERVIEW: When do you get nervous?

TUDISCO: Ten minutes before I have to submit a project.

INTERVIEW: Is there anything you regret not doing?

TUDISCO: No, I always push through my ideas.

INTERVIEW: What are you reading right now?

TUDISCO: The Holy Bible.

INTERVIEW: What did you have for breakfast?

TUDISCO: A double espresso.

INTERVIEW: What are you most proud of?

TUDISCO: My persistence to always learn something new.



INTERVIEW: Do you keep a diary?


INTERVIEW: Where do you dance?

TUDISCO: In my studio.

INTERVIEW: Do you dream? 

TUDISCO: Yes, look at my artwork and you will see what my dreams look like.

INTERVIEW: What was your first job?

TUDISCO: Creating editorial images for Airfield.

INTERVIEW: Who was the nicest person you worked for?

TUDISCO: Everyone was nice in their own way.

INTERVIEW: What kind of clothes do you like?

TUDISCO: Black with unique silhouettes.

INTERVIEW: What is the future of fashion?

TUDISCO: Fashion repeats itself.