for the Slopes

SKIWEAR IS NOW STREAMLINED, SCALED BACK, AND FUNCTIONAL.

Skiwear is now as chic as any high-end couture design, while being functional as well. When you’re off let Vail, the big names to pack are NorthFace, which has a lifetime guarantee on all skiwear, Nills, and Roffe, Newcomers that are the hot new rage for the Rockies are Kaelin and Spyder. These names are the ultimate status symbol wherever you’re headed to snow ski.

Stay away from cotton. Another tip: Stay away from mittens. Instead, have waterproof gloves that lit your hands like a second pair of skin. Fleece and the faux-fur head wraps arc a must.

This season more than ever designers are taking a more scaled-back approach tostyle. Linear silhouettes, with classic colors like black, citron, silver, and cream, dominate skifashions. Skiwear is more functional than ever. With the new streamlined approach, all you have to do is snap out of your skis and into your après ski boots. Then, pop into the lodge looking great to gel a hot buttered rum.



RIGHT: Meister black turtleneck, Roffe black stretch ski pants, Kaelin sport green, silver, and black ski jacket, black and white ear muffs, velcro headband/ Sun & Ski Sports.



Face of the Month:

Kelly Erhardt/ Campbell Agency



Kelly started modeling at age thirteen. Kelly has now been in the fashion world for four-and-a-half years. She is a regular face for Foleys and JCPenney Catalog. Her favorite fashion shoot was for the national magazine YM in New York. Kelly hopes to do more traveling overseas this summer before starting her freshman year in college.

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