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Alpine fashion

Luxe, utilitarian and Navajo are three key trends that transition from the high street and catwalk to the slopes this season. Lush faux-fur trims, cozy argyle knits and edgy camouflage and tartan jackets all lend a much wanted flair to sportswear.

Moncler Grenoble’s ambitious A/W 2013 outerwear line boasts high-performance and style by using a patchwork of textured fabrics and using metallic forest hues that evoke the evergreens.

On the catwalks of Paris, Moncler’s Gamme Rouge line featured patchworked real pelts and photoprint furs in substantial parkas, accessorised with hoods and mitts. Meanwhile Chanel’s aluminium parabolic rosewood skis with its signature monogram are the height of sports luxe.

The puffer jacket continues as an enduring trend that looks sensational in winter white. This season styles are slimmed down so that they are less bulky to look at as well as to wear.

So whether you’re planning to jet off to luxury hotel The Rees in Queenstown, an Austrian chalet, or escaping to the wood-fired cabins of Lake Tahoe in Nevada, we’ve found the perfect aprés ski outfits for any alpine adventure.

Winter’s new looks

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