Ski season is here, and we’re scouring for ways to keep warm whilst staying stylish and maintaining functionality when hitting the slopes (and the après-ski, of course) on the finest ski resorts (think Aspen in the US, Courchevel in France, Zermatt in Switzerland…). To stand out on the slopes or après-ski, nothing matches designer ski wear, with its eye-catching styles and flattering silhouettes. Jackets and ski pants, base layers, ski helmets and goggles are all part of the collections and choosing luxury doesn’t mean compromising on performance.
Ski wear no longer has to be drab and boring, it’s been evolved technically and also fashionably. From Moncler to Prada, these luxury fashion houses have you covered (literally) for the slopes.
FENDI is bringing its quintessential monogram print to the mountains! The iconic FF logo appears on the matching jacket-pants set in classic neutrals, creating a stylish, statement look. FENDI Brown FF canvas down jacket
This season, Moncler takes a modern approach to ski wear with a bold palette and on-trend colour combinations such as the ski jacket in the shade lilac and hints of sea green. Moncler Hainet ski jacket
Balenciaga’s first-ever ski wear collection is here and we’re eyeing on the striking fiery red oversized puffer – a piece that would elevate the glam quotient while you’re headed for a daring adventure. Balenciaga 3B Sports Icon ski puffer in red
Alpine dressing made better with this winter’s Louis Vuitton ski collection, particularly the fleece jacket that’s inspired by the aerial graphics of icy landscapes and glaciers. Louis Vuitton Technical fleece jacket
Balmain teams up with Italian luxury ski equipment manufacturer Bomber for a limited-edition pair of alpine skis, handcrafted with a wood core and a design that features a mini-monogram motif – a creation of Monsieur Balmain since the 1980s. Balmain Mini Monogrammed down jacket
Prada Linea Rossa
Combining techwear and style, Prada’s high-performance Linea Rossa line for this season sees minimalistic red accents that pop from down-filled outerwear and coordinating bottoms. Prada Grey Tech Rec Nylon piqué sporty top
Dior’s Maria Grazia Chiuri imagines an ode to getting away and the magic of the mountains in this winter’s DiorAlps line. See: The sporty-chic knitwear that would add an opulent touch to an après-ski look. DiorAlps Stand-Collar sweater