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What to wear on a snow day whether you ski or not

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Gala Gonzalez in Fusalp x Crosby Studios. * The short down jacket is part of the collaboration between Fusalp and Crosby Studios that combines their savoir-faire to create a complete capsule collection of ready-to-wear and accessories, where the lines between mountain and city, real and digital world are blurred. The deep cold temperatures puffer jacket is both waterproof and water-repellent and is further crafted in glossy shell fabric with its Fusalp-approved membrane and quilted down insulation. The design boasts a FUSALP X CROSBY STUDIO badge on the sleeve and an integrated hood. The jacket is available in three graphic colorways : Stardust, Leopard Pixel print and Stripes Pixel print with a Leopard Pixel-printed lining. Pair it with the capsule’s other designs to complete the look.

Best winter trends to hit the slopes, or not…


Gilda Ambrosio in a The Attico white short fur jacket available at ANTONIOLI.EU
+ the iconic Monn Boot Icon low in blue.
(Photo via @gildaambrosio)


Tina Leung in Fendi and Mocler. You can get her Fendi FF salopette ski suit in the kids section
* Made from a padded technical fabric with FF logo branding, these salopettes from Fendi Kids have adjustable shoulder straps and a partially zipped front.
(Photo via @tinaleung)


Leonie Hanne in: Envelope 1976 + Hermès Constance shoulder bag + Miu Miu ivory shearling après-ski boots.
* Cozy comfort and a decidedly wintry look coexist in these shearling après-ski boots with fleece lining. The metal lettering logo adds a refined contrast and completes the look with an iconic note.
(Photo via @leoniehanne)


Leonie Hanne in Goldbergh. Her oversized paneled quilted shell and faux fur ski jacket is available at NET-A-PORTER
* Goldbergh knows that skiwear doesn’t come at the expense of glamour. Cut from waterproof shell, this oversized jacket is quilted with insulating padding and paneled with tonal faux fur, resembling coats from the ’70s and ’80s. Team yours with the label’s ski pants – we have plenty in our edit.
+ bucket hat and boots at MYTHERESA
(Photo via @leoniehanne)


As for my favorite designer goggles: Erika Boldrin in the LV Snow Mask in vert fluo.
* The LV Snow Mask offers an exceptional combination of optical protection and flashy signature style. Its photochromic lens, curved for a maximum field of vision, is printed with the House’s iconic Monogram pattern in a gradient of dazzling color. Monogram Flower-shaped vents and a triple-layer foam lining guarantee comfort and perfect visibility on the ski slopes.
+ MY OTHER PICKS: – CELINE Eyewear Studded ski goggles
* CELINE Eyewear’s sleek ski googles are as stylish as they are functional and protective. They’ve been made in Italy from polycarbonate that’s embellished with shiny silver studs surrounding the anti-scratch, anti-fog and impact-resistant lenses. The spongy foam backing ensures they won’t slip, while the logo-jacquard strap adjusts to your perfect fit.
Bottega Veneta Eyewear Mirrored Ski Goggles
* With its gray tinted lenses, Bottega Veneta Eyewear’s ski goggles offer clear and crisp vision on the slopes. They boast a large framed silhouette with padded lining that feels so comfortable on the skin. Keep them safe in the accompanying case.
Chloé Eyewear logo-print ski goggles
(Photo via @erika_boldrin)

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