When I see a new Roxy collab, I'm all eyes. Even better when it's an unlikely pairing. British designer Henry Holland teamed up with the lifestyle brand on a new skiwear collection. Fifteen pieces will make up the collection, consisting of jackets, skirts, and knitwear. "When Roxy approached us about working with them on a small capsule collection I jumped at the idea as I loved the concept of designing a snow wardrobe based on functional and fashionable snow gear," Holland said. Here you have it: cozy heart prints, a black quilted bomber and zip-up skirt, graphic tees, coral and apple green beanies, studded dresses, and a letterblock dress. The collection hits stores in October, but only for ski bunnies in the EU . . .
If Kate Hudson is looking for fresh snow gear for her family's annual Aspen Christmas trip, Topshop has her covered. Not to mention, yours truly. I'm gearing up for my first weekend of the season in Lake Tahoe, so Topshop's chic cozies are right on time. Sporty shades, cool thermals, snoods, goggles, gloves, and socks complement ski and board pants, parkas, and a furry-hooded boiler suit. All designs are wind and waterproof and feature rubberized zip-pulls and waterproof-coated zips, offering total comfort and protection from the elements. The collection drops online next week — ski on.
While there is plenty of time for the snow to fall, there's never enough time to shop for arctic cool clothes. I have a few snow bunny favorites of my own, but nothing says nestled by the fire in style like fair isle sweaters, snowflakes, cozy knits and beautiful bulky boots. A self-proclaimed Summer girl, this look from Chanel's Fall collection sure is alluring. Get cool in these hot items.