Hit the Slopes: What to Wear Après-Ski at Five of our Favorite Winter Resorts.
The fall collections showed a bounty of tailored pants and pullovers designed in homage to the après-ski look of the fifties, so it seems fitting that this year winter sojourns should be skiwear-inspired. Here, Vogue assembles a slideshow of the smartest après-ski looks paired with the snow-covered resorts that best suit their style—from ultra-alpine to sleek Swiss chic. Let the slopes be your runway.
In the Grand Tetons, big peaks call for bold color. Once you conquer the expert runs on Rendezvous Mountain (and you will in gear inspired by the outer limits of the Arctic Circle), you can easily transition to a fireside rendezvous by donning Rag & Bone’s vibrant plaid cape.
In a resort town where après-ski haunts include saloons named the Last Dollar and Fly Me to the Moon, your attire will require a nod to the Wild West. A Christopher Kane blanket-crochet jumper that blends homegrown technique with high-fashion polish perfectly echoes the spirit of rustic Telluride.
Sleek and minimal is all you need to sustain speed while heli-skiing at Whistler in British Columbia. Lucky you, Céline’s tight turtleneck is perfect for getting neck-deep in powder.Photo: Robert Giroux/Stringer/Getty Images; Bruce Rowles/ Courtesy of Whistler Mountain Resort; Monica Feudi/feudiguaineri.com