Skiwear to hit the slopes in style this winter, Dior to Louis Vuitton

Stay on piste this winter with skiwear from fashion’s finest names, whether schussing on the slopes or indulging in après-ski

Moncler Grenoble Designer Skiwear
The Moncler Grenoble A/W 2023 collection, which mines the brand’s mountain DNA
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Recent years have seen fashion embrace skiwear with aplomb – whether outfitting thrill-seekers as they whizz down Alpine slopes or simply enveloping them in luxurious layers for watching on from the terrace (or, indeed, partaking in the requisite après ski). And, this month, as ski season approaches, a slew of fashion houses and brands are revealing their latest skiwear offerings – from Balenciaga’s debut ski collection (in Demna’s idiosyncratic style, the collection is photographed on a beach) to Loro Piana’s holiday collection, a typically sumptuous wardrobe primed for chalet living. 

Here, in an ongoing list, Wallpaper* selects the season’s best ski- and après-ski wear from fashion’s finest, made to keep you on piste this winter. 

A Pucci and Fusalp ski collaboration that will make a style statement

Pucci x Fusalp skiwear

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Pucci’s swirling, kaleidoscopic prints might be most readily associated by the insouciant glamour of the Italian and French rivieras, though a new collaboration with skiwear expert Fusalp bring’s the house’s liberated aesthetic to the slopes. Created in collaboration between Pucci’s Camille Miceli and Fusalp’s Mathilde Lacoste, iconic archival Pucci prints – including the Marmo, Iride and Girandole – adorn a full ski capsule which spans full ski suits, pants, tops, gloves and parkas, as well as leggings and socks. And, while the pieces will no doubt make a style statement, Fusalp’s longtime cold-weather expertise will keep you warm, dry and able to manoeuvre even the most complex of runs. 

Peak style: go for broke with the full printed ski suit (above), its pockets adorned with shimmering whale-shaped zippers. 

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A Moncler Grenoble collection which mines the brand’s mountain DNA

Moncler Grenoble Ski collection

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Moncler was born in the mountains: in 1952 in the French Alps, founders René Ramillon and André Vincent created a quilted sleeping bag for mountaineers to survive the sub-zero temperatures of the locale’s snow-capped peaks. 70 years on – and now as much synonymous with fashion as adventure – Moncler Grenoble continues to mine the brand’s mountain DNA with a collection made for skiers and winter sports enthusiasts alike (an accompanying campaign features legendary skiers Perrine Laffont, snowboarders Xuetong Cai and Shaun White, and freerider Richard Permin). Expect innovative breathable and waterproof GORE-TEX, thermoregulated insulation, water-repellent zippers, high-shine reflectors, and an array of utility pockets across garments designed in the brand’s sleek, contemporary style. Elsewhere, a cosy selection of knitwear and warming layers are made for the sedate elegance of aprés ski.

Peak style: the sleek, minimal ‘Moriond’ ski jacket is breathable, waterproof and windproof, encapsulating Moncler’s tech-focussed approach

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An idiosyncratic debut ski collection from Demna at Balenciaga

Balenciaga skiwear

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Balenciaga has revealed its first-ever ski collection by creative director Demna. It features the designer‘s typically idiosyncratic riffs on the quotidian: cargo pants and padded parka jackets are amped up in size, ski suits adorned with 1990s-style logos, while signature wraparound shades come with sporty mirrored lenses. That said, technical innovation runs throughout the collection, whether membrane-bonded technical ripstop fabrics, ventilation systems, or pockets which save battery life. A version of the house’s 3XL sneaker, meanwhile, comes with removable spiked crampons, while skis, poles, helmets and goggles will also be available.

The collection will appear in a series of pop-up stores from the brand, featuring special window installations designed to recall ski resorts (walls, for example, will feature the Balenciaga Sport logo on padding reminiscent of the protective barriers at the bottom of ski slopes). Alongside, a playful campaign sees models decked out in full Balenciaga ski attire, transplanted onto sun-soaked beaches. 

Peak style: the 3 B Sports Icon Ski Jacket melds protective, water-repellent bonded nylon with Balenciaga’s signature moulded ‘hourglass’ silhouette

Available from: and selected Balenciaga stores worldwide.

A warming, cabin-ready holiday collection from Loro Piana

Loro Piana ski holiday collection

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Synonymous with enveloping textures of cashmere and wool, Loro Piana‘s latest holiday collection provides a refined uniform for both on and off the slopes. Spanning ski masks, shearling hats, sheepskin ski boots and super lightweight nylon jackets alongside a comprehensive aprés-ski offering, from cosy fair isle sweaters to more dressed-up tuxedo blazers and jacquard suiting, the Italian brand describes it as ’a sensual wardrobe of silhouettes with embracing textures’. Such fabrics include Loro Piana’s ‘CashFur’, whereby ribbons of cashmere are pulled by artisans on circular knitting looms to achieve a texture evocative of fur.

Peak style: the Noel Crew Neck cashmere sweater with fair isle-style motifs – available in men’s and women’s iterations – is knitwear perfection, made for cosy chalet living

Available from: and Loro Piana stores worldwide.

A boldly monogrammed ‘LV Ski’ collection from Louis Vuitton, filled with technical details

Louis Vuitton Skiwear Capsule

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Combining menswear and womenswear into a single collection, LV Ski is the latest skiwear offering from the storied French house. Described as ‘a dynamic winter wardrobe’, the sleek, streamlined silhouettes are nonetheless instilled with the same moments of craft as the house’s fashion and accessories – whether enveloping shearling collars, high-tech ski jackets and gilets, or solar-hue ski masks instilled with technology to protect against the glare of the slopes. Other accessories – from versions of the house’s Capucines handbag to shearling-trimmed Chelsea boots – are adorned with monograms and glacier-inspired motifs. 

Peak style: accessories don't get much bolder than this LV monogram ski mask in dazzling fluorescent green

Available from: and the house’s stores worldwide.

A ‘DiorAlps’ collection from Dior, which brings the house’s archival motifs to the slopes

Dior DiorAlps Ski Collection

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Maria Grazia Chiuri’s romantic riff on contemporary femininity continues to infuse a new winter capsule for Dior, which draws on ‘the magic of the mountains and the splendours of winter,’ as the house describes. As such, the collection is aptly titled ‘DiorAlps’ with the various pieces – which span Dior Oblique monogram-adorned down jackets and 1970s-tinged sporty ribbed knits – primed for Alpine getaways, whether hitting the slopes or simply watching on from the terrace. The richly decorated collection also features prints recalling historic maps of Paris (an original design by Christian Dior), gilded butterfly-motif taffeta, and bold go-faster stripes.  

Peak style: these flared ecru ski pants conjure a nostalgic elegance, but are crafted from high-tech protective fabric with a gentle stretch

Available from: and the house’s stores worldwide.

A totally timeless Giorgio Armani Neve collection

Giorgio Armani Neve

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Following last year’s show held in the historic Swiss ski resort of St Moritz – which heralded the relaunch of the 1985-introduced collection – Giorgio Armani Neve returns this winter promising a ‘comprehensive mountain wardrobe’ which melds the designer’s typical Italian elegance with the demands of below-zero climes. Expect sleek, body-contouring ski suits for women, puffer jackets, mohair trousers, helmets and goggles (the latter two made in collaboration with Oakley), alongside an expansive selection for aprés-ski which captures Mr Armani’s eye for languid glamour – from a multitude of knitwear to shearling capes and the miniature ‘La Prima’ handbag. 

Peak style: in true Armani fashion, this ultralight (and ultra warm) down jacket in classic navy will never go out of style

Available from: and the house’s stores worldwide, as well as a selection on

Fashion Features Editor

Jack Moss is the Fashion Features Editor at Wallpaper*, joining the team in 2022. Having previously been the digital features editor at AnOther and digital editor at 10 and 10 Men magazines, he has also contributed to titles including i-D, Dazed, 10 Magazine, Mr Porter’s The Journal and more, while also featuring in Dazed: 32 Years Confused: The Covers, published by Rizzoli. He is particularly interested in the moments when fashion intersects with other creative disciplines – notably art and design – as well as championing a new generation of international talent and reporting from international fashion weeks. Across his career, he has interviewed the fashion industry’s leading figures, including Rick Owens, Pieter Mulier, Jonathan Anderson, Grace Wales Bonner, Christian Lacroix, Kate Moss and Manolo Blahnik.