Not many designers can say they once had Queen Elizabeth II sitting front row at one of their fashion shows. The young Richard Quinn, a rising star of British fashion for his 70s-inspired colors and Liberty floral patterns, is one of them. With his sense of extravagance and a touch of British humor, the designer quickly gained the favors of other pop culture queens like Céline Dion or Lady Gaga. A success that got him to be approached by Moncler to participate in their Genius initiative. Quinn’s digitally-oriented, inclusive and generous approach is also part of what makes him unique. The designer, who regularly gives students free access to his studio, has designed a capsule collection for the French-Italian brand and it’s finally now available. The collection subtly hints at Cardin and Courrèges with mini skirts and 70s inspired motifs. With its youth and modernity, the collection comes as the perfect complement to the other Moncler Genius collaborations with talked about last February.