Let us focus on Europe and the fresh wave of snow that awaits your graceful carving skills in 2019. Once you have forced yourself to decide between the likes of St Moritz, Gstaad, Courchevel et al, your next decision rests in the size and facilities found within the hotel spa. Does it have a Hay Sauna and a Salt Inhalation Grotto, if not ...pass? In our quest for relaxation, we ask only due to the moderate to excessive Rosé consumption from lunch-time pursuits. These dilemmas can keep a person awake at night you know…
But a ski holiday is nothing unless your outfit is on point. So let us focus on a few brands who dominate in ski wear chic.
In 1952, two tailors from Annecy decided to introduce their ski garments that were known as Fusalp—which takes its name from an abbreviation of ‘fuseau from the Alps’—has a signature style of a unique sport-chic silhouette that celebrates the art of movement as well as French elegance on and off the slopes.
Streetwear meets Skiwear. Kru of St Moritz provides a combination of advanced high-end materials and techniques and designs unfound elsewhere. Each piece, avant-garde in style meaning if you want head-turning style on the slopes, then look no further.
Perfect Moment started in the mountains of Chamonix in 1984 and had been creating ski-wear for the most extreme skiers ever since. Its focus on performance garments and statement designs mean vivid and bold colour palates are never far. Yet each piece can effortlessly blend from one season to the next.
Elegant, timeless outfits and figure-flattering cuts combined with extraordinarily high-performance stretch materials build a perfect symbiosis of fashion and technology combined with retro-elements from professional skier Toni Sailer’s time.
"Urban lifestyle" combined with technically functional materials.
Capranea harmoniously incorporates the use of leather and tweed to promote its high-quality products, resulting in the distinctive Capranea look. Contours and structure meet somewhere in the middle to give us urban sport chic skiwear.