Turn to Moncler's collection of coats for your everyday staples. Moncler uses only high quality materials for its coats, such as wool, ensuring each piece looks as good as it feels. The label merges functional, comfortable qualities with its signature design aesthetic to create pieces that will work for a range of occasions. Combining a minimalist design with expert craftsmanship, it’s easy to see why this collection is so popular. Wool coats need to be cared for properly to ensure they stay looking their best. Wool clothing is an investment, and it pays to care for it properly. We would always recommend checking each item’s care label for specific washing instructions before attempting to launder. One of the worst things you can do to wool garments is to wash them in hot water or tumble dry, as high temperatures can cause the fabric to shrink quickly. Most wool clothing can also be dry cleaned safely. Most wool is washable, with the main exception of structured pieces like suits, jackets and blazers, which are best spot cleaned. When you hand wash, make sure you use a gentle, low-alkaline detergent and cool water. Press out the excess water, but do not wring the wool item to prevent the fabric from stretching. Soak for up to half an hour, rinse well and press out any water without wringing. If you want to use the machine, make sure the item is turned inside out first, place in a mesh laundry bag and ensure a low-spin, cold-water cycle is selected. Never put your knitwear in the tumble dryer, instead leave to air dry flat on a dry towel. Most wool knitwear, no matter how good the quality, is prone to pilling. Gently pass a pilling comb over the fibres to remove any of the bobbles. Shop our edit of women's designer coats from Moncler for an effortless way to upgrade your wardrobe.