Ski Mode

There have been a lot of inquiries about articles on ski fashion. And although it is a little outside our site usual detection so it feels like absolutely the question of how to retain the style of the ski slopes deserves a post.

Fashion brands are striving to cover the whole of modern life style has not excluded the ski slope. Paul Smith do as Dunhill own skis, Gucci ski goggles, Prada has since 1999 a separate ski collection and recently had Ralph Lauren Sweden premiere for her clothing line RLX ski. Among the Swedish fashion brands may J.Lindeberg most influential with his ski collection in figure-hugging cut and modern functional materials. Then there are the distinctive sports brands such as Peak Performance, whose former CEO Stefan Engstrom now dials right J.Lindeberg, doing a reverse journey by significantly raising the level of fashion. An Italian ski brand Moncler which has become cult and now has a prominent place in the fashion world.

For the individual wearer, it is much more difficult to find a suitable style for the ski slopes. Many have probably experienced hardcore alpinisters more or less unspoken rules about how lavish ski outfit really get to be where amateurs who put all effort into looking good for apres-ski is lowest in price.

Purely in terms of style, there are really two ways to go; retro inspired or futurism. The former, where the 70th century Ingemar Stenmark is a safe style icon, is perhaps best suited for the ski bon vivant who prefer glidiga runs in välpistade slopes. For the modern style is increasingly focusing on function. The feeling must be streamlined with lightweight and high-tech materials. Whatever the choice, it is probably most agree that it is the ride that impresses the slopes. But there is also nothing wrong with being well dressed and to go as a rake.