For snow-sports enthusiasts with keen eyes on the weather forecast, here are some of NUVO’s picks to step out on the slopes in style, whether in alluring après-ski apparel or bold statements for heli-skiing.
Louis Vuitton’s LV Ski ready-to-wear collection embodies chalet-chic style, from monogrammed helmets and ski masks to footwear and shearling accessories, punctuated in red, blue, snow white, and black.
Chanel returns with sophisticated skiwear, skiwear with this season’s Coco Neige collection, inspired by the world of figure skating. Lily-Rose Depp is the face of the campaign, donning the Coco Neige training outfits. To be worn out on the town, Coco Neige loungewear comprises cashmere pieces in beige, ecru, and navy—loose-fitting trousers, sweaters, cardigans—and retro-inspired denim with the iconic double-C logo embellishments.
Expanding the skiwear, Chanel has added essential details such as a ski pass pocket, ankle zippers on pants, and removable hoods on jackets.
Mackage combines comfort and boldness in its skiwear range. Made to last, this one-piece suit has removable fur and a removable hood, allowing flexibility and versatility for the wearer down to -20°C. In a fitted cut designed to be worn with light layers, this snowsuit features an elastic belt and water repellency.
This is for the adventurers on the mountain who enjoy on-piste skiing and snowboarding. Made for freezing days and cold rides in the chairlift, Arc’teryx down-filled Gore-Tex jackets are windproof and waterproof.
Since the 1970s, Canada Goose has become a Canadian household name for snow jackets and puffer coats, with their Expedition Parka inspired by the coldest places on Earth.
When layer upon layer isn’t enough, Canada Goose’s accessories come into play. The Canadian brand offers stylish accessories such as goose down-filled puffer scarves and touchscreen compatible gloves for the coldest days and nights.
Goldbergh sets its sights on raising the bar to Gold(bergh)-standard style on the slopes. Catering to those who want to turn a few heads, the Dutch brand offers glamorous alternatives to performance-focused skiwear, combining style with functionality—notably, a high-neck black and white check print half-zip top, or a star-print helmet made with calfskin leather.
Bundling up and sitting by the fire is a great feeling after an epic day on the ski hill. This oversized-fit layer from Canadian brand Moose Knuckles adds the extra warmth and coziness needed after a long day out in the cold.