Get set to hit the slopes in new-season sustainable style. Compiled by Candice Tucker
Bogner‘s bust front is the essential item for your ski bag. With its hi-tech materials, this weightless, head-turning piece will keep you warm for those all-important hot- chocolate breaks. Sometimes you just need that extra layer.
This Lindley cotton-blend knitted coat by Isabel Marant is snug and cosy but effortlessly stylish – just the thing for walking around the village in Zermatt after a long day of skiing, or enjoying a pizza with friends at Chesa Veglia in St Moritz.
A strong contender for the turtleneck of the season comes from the iconic Moncler Grenoble collection. This wool and cashmere knit is ideal to wear for strolling around an alpine village, enjoying fondue in the chalet or to shrug on under your suit for some ski action.
Rossignol has launched Essentials, a recycled and recyclable ski range. While conventional skis have an average recyclability rate of just 10 per cent, over three-quarters of these ski materials can be recycled. So you can be both eco aware and performance conscious, too.
As Fusalp knows, safe doesn’t have to mean boring, and the brand has a reputation for chic, high-quality skiwear. Available in black and white, this helmet, with its leather band across the top, will match any ski suit and ensure you stay secure while looking the part.