Selection: skiing at the peak of fashion

Boss x Perfect Moment, IKKS x Duvillard, Roseanna x Pyrenex, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac x Rossignol, Pucci x Fusalp and even Bonpoint x Moon Boot… This season’s ski wear collections are at the top of the world’s most beautiful slopes. , unveiling clothes and accessories that are sharper and more tailored than ever before. So how can we explain so much love between fashion and the star brands of the most famous winter sport?

“Skiing is the essence of lifestyle sport,” explains Hugo Boss artistic director Marco Falcioni. So it seems natural that Boss, which offers clothes for different moments and events of our customers’ lives (from high-end tailoring to stylish and casual sportswear, including leather goods and shoes), offers a capsule for skiers. We knew we had to find the right partner.

The Paris map print on the Dior chairlift takes pride of place on the jackets and trousers of the DiorAlps range.

The Paris map print on the Dior chairlift takes pride of place on the jackets and trousers of the DiorAlps range.

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As ski clothing specialists for over twenty years, Perfect Moment combines a fashion-focused approach with in-depth technical expertise. I can’t wait to see the collection on the runways this season. »

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DRUG PROFIT

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JEAN-CHARLES DE CASTELBAJAC

JEAN-CHARLES DE CASTELBAJAC

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Combining elegance with technique, from the snow front to the chalet, is the most elegant secret! The appearance of showing off in the chair lift queue or showing off on the terraces of high-altitude restaurants; high technical proficiency for physical exercise and the need for extreme freedom of movement to swallow miles of snowy slopes until the resort closes, and of course innovative materials to counter the often gripping cold at the top of the cable car.

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Clarisse jumpsuit, Pucci x Fusalp, €1,390.

Clarisse jumpsuit, Pucci x Fusalp, €1,390.

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Alpine elegance and undeniable comfort… Nothing less was needed to seduce city dwellers ready to take their ski clothes off the asphalt at the first frost of winter. A technical jacket for cycling, a high-collared sweater in tri-coloured cashmere to fit under your suit jacket when going to the office, a thermal undershirt hidden under a blouse for an evening out, a comfortable wool balaclava that you can pull up at the slightest moment, a blowing wind, a bright sunny day. Glacier goggles to wear on days and even yeti snow boots to wear with jeans…

GOLDBERGH

GOLDBERGH

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Talitha down jacket, Roseanna x Pyrenex, €670.

Talitha down jacket, Roseanna x Pyrenex, €670.

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This year too, the functional high-mountain silhouette has become the best friend of city dwellers, where technical clothing has established itself as the new standard since the end of the lockdown and the return of outdoor activities. Even ski and snowboard equipment manufacturers and technocrats such as Colmar (official sponsor of the French alpine ski team), Sun Valley (team of ski emperors), Kappa (cross-snowboard), not forgetting the famous creator of the spindle, Bogner. In 1948, Candide, the brand of the famous rider Candide Thovex, the Swedish Dope Snow and the Canadian Arc’teryx, made a remarkable breakthrough on the shoulders of businessmen and working girls. In pursuit!

THE PERFECT MOMENT

THE PERFECT MOMENT

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PROFIT COMBINATION
BONPOINT x MOON BOOTS

BONPOINT x MOON BOOTS

BONPOINT x MOON BOOTS

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The après-ski we would dream of stealing from the younger class. Incredible insulation and suction cup soles ideal for snowball fights: inspired by the moon, the label has collaborated with Bonpoint to create a stylish and comfortable limited series adorned with the house’s signature floral print. €285 from 23 to 38 at bonpoint.fr and moonboot.com.

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