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This winter’s ski fashion designers have raided the back catalogues of ski fashion history and present a sexy retro-tastic look that combines top performance modern ski textiles with stand-out ‘60s styling.
Time-travel to 2019 and stretch pants, bomber jackets and chic après sweaters are front and centre in new skiwear collections. Top brands like Goldbergh and Henri Duvillard have all got their retro on and the results are dynamic, form-flattering and very sexy.
The ancient duality of gold and black is timelessly regal and opulent. Evoking the wealth of Fabergé and elegance of military dress uniform, these colours together bring a high level of sophistication and easy-to-wear style to this winter’s ski wear collections.
Skiwear brands Henri Duvillard, Roxy and The North Face use this theme well in some striking outfits.
This winter’s monochrome look is dramatic and powerful. Another retro-inspired style looking back to the catwalk fashions of Mary Quant and the Op-Art of Bridget Riley; be it high contrast black and white stripes or solid monochrome elegance, brands like Peak Performance, Eider and Schöffel are delivering very strong looks that will wow on the slopes.