For some, simply hitting the slopes isn’t enough. The stylistas and clothes-horses like to mix haute couture with their skin by staying up with the best skiing outfits of the season.

This season sees many new upscale and devine ski outfits, including offerings from Gorusch, an upscale fashion house specializing in one-of-a-kind designs for ski and apres’ ski uses. Of particular note is the Dalila Stripe Jacket. With furred cowl and brim, with a stylized blending of horizontal strips in the center of the ski parka, this is sure to turn heads as you make your way up the tram.

Bogner is a designer label and maker of fine ski clothing that you see in Aspen and at Sundance in Park City. The Bogner Fire+Ice parka is the hit of this year’s ski season and will assuredly make you the fashion maven of Ajax Mountain.

Norway based Kjus is well known for their precision and distinct eye when designing their ski outfits and clothing. Indeed, merely the name Kjus is associated with high-fashion and dedicated skiing. Form fitting and made with the finest breathable fabrics and down stuffing, the Kjus Zon Down Jacket is easily worn on the hills, at apres’ ski events and parties and even fits in while strolling the avenues of Breckenridge or Gstaad. A pair of Kjus gloves easily mix with the color palette of the Kjus Zon.

This year, Nils has made some of the most compelling and visually arresting ski clothing and outfits. Nils, the creation of Nils Andersson of Sweden, moved its design facilities to California and has a finger on the pulse of current fashion trends and styles. Being in proximity to Hollywood, the fashion capitol of the nation, Nils incorporates colors, designs and patterns that are hip and current and integrates them into high-function technical ski outfits and clothing that accomplish both fashion and function.

Fine ski apparel requires proper care and cleaning. Should you have need for such services or have questions contact us for assistance.