Moncler Celebrates Its New Bruce Weber Film
It was movie night in Milan on Sunday with Moncler's Remo Ruffini hosting a screening of Don't Steal the Jacket, a new film Bruce Weber directed for the label. No expense was spared for the fairy tale, in which the brand's famous down puffers play a starring role. (See a clip here). A quick poll of some of its child stars revealed that they hailed from Oxnard, California, and Miami Beach, not just New York City, where the movie was shot. Ten-year-old Floridians Carolina Shriver and Quinn
Harrelson, who play a pint-size judge and lawyer, respectively, shared their favorite Milan moment with Style.com: "the Emporio Armani show."
But that was before they saw the tables set for dinner: pink marshmallows, popcorn, gumballs, red licorice, mini hot dogs, and balloons. The young actors were joined by Ruffini and Weber, models Erin O'Connor and Bianca Balti, and the musician Josh Cocktail, who appeared in the movie and performed afterward. As fabulous as staying up past midnight was, Quinn wasn't convinced acting is for him. "I wouldn't like it as a full-time job," he said. "You don't get to be a normal kid."