Dolce&Gabbana x Mytheresa Launch an Exclusive Ski Collection.
By mixing Dolce&Gabbana’s beloved zebra print and graphic DG logo in new color nuances of white, black, and burgundy with high-tech fabrics, the new collection presents creations that combine aesthetics and functionality. Perfect for holidays in the mountains the exclusive designs work as high-performance skiwear while also being just as suitable for an après-ski city stroll.
The exclusive collection comprises technical overalls featuring the zebra print, puffer jackets in jacquard with the Dolce&Gabbana logo, turtleneck tops in printed technical fabric, technical nylon trousers with logo details as well as snow accessories such as hats, gloves, snowboards, skies, and ski poles, printed helmets, trekking boots, belt bags, backpacks and goggles with the Dolce&Gabbana logo.
The Dolce&Gabbana x Mytheresa exclusive ski collection for womenswear launched globally on Mytheresa within a dedicated editorial story directed by Mytheresa Chief Creative Officer Julian Paul, photographed by Bella Lieberberge and featuring model Issa Lish.
Fill your winter wardrobe with versatile staples like the Dolce&Gabbana ski leggings. Crafted from stretchy technical fabric, they feature a white graffiti-inspired logo motif. Pair them with the matching top for a glamorous look.
The Dolce&Gabbana ski jumpsuit is crafted in Italy from stretchy and breathable technical fabric and features a figure-hugging fit that will bring you support and comfort on the slopes. Covered in a graffiti-inspired logo print, this design is finished with a turtleneck and a zipped front for easy wear.
The eye-catching ski jacket is crafted in Italy from water-resistant technical fabric printed with a logo motif. The padded style has a regular fit, is fully lined for comfort, and features quilted panels and pink branding on the back.
Complete your ski outfits with the Dolce&Gabbana ski goggles: they feature white frames, a logo jacquard adjustable band, and tinted lenses with a subtle graffiti print.
How to stay safe and make good decisions on the slopes
Five years after the original launch, Ski California and its member resorts have released a new, digital version of the award-winning Mountain Safety Guide. A tool used to educate skiers and riders about staying safe and making good decisions on the slopes, the new Mountain Safety Guide is available at safety.skicalifornia.org. The guide gives visitors a common set of safety guidelines used at member resorts in California and Nevada.
“We created the Mountain Safety Guide as a tool to teach skiers and riders how to be our partners in safety,” said Michael Reitzell, Ski California president. “We want our guests to have a great experience, and to do that it is important to remind both new and veteran skiers and snowboarders about the inherent risks associated with winter sports, and their responsibility to be mindful of their ability and their surroundings.”
The Guide includes safety information every guest should know – from what to do before skiing or riding to how to ride lifts, to understanding trail signage and navigating potential hazards, and learning deep snow and avalanche awareness. It also features the nearly 60-year-old “Your Responsibility Code,” refreshed by the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) this year to add new elements and make it more current for today’s skiers and riders.
Designed to be visually compelling and easy to navigate, the new Mountain Safety Guide blends the use of resort photography, video and animations to aid in the delivery of simple, informative messages. A library of safety-related videos Ski California has developed over recent years to engage with skiers and riders about a variety of on-mountain safety topics are also woven through the guide.
To encourage skiers and riders to become familiar with the Guide, completion of a short safety quiz enters participants who get at least 80% correct for a chance to win a 2023-24 Ski California Gold Pass (value $3,750). Valid at all 35 Ski California member resorts, the Gold Pass offers unlimited resort access and is fully transferable.
NORTHERN ESCAPE HELI SKIING WINS WORLD’S BEST HELI-SKI OPERATOR AWARD
Northern Escape Heli Skiing (NEH) has won the World’s Best Heli-Ski Operator award at the 10th Annual World Ski Awards. NEH is a pioneer in the heli-ski industry and has been steadily pushing the envelope in the luxury adventure tourism space since 2004.
Over the last 19 years, NEH has grown and evolved into an industry leader, with three luxury lodges, the lightning-fast Agusta Koala helicopter (aka the flying Ferrari), snowcat backup for storm days and a culinary team of Red Seal chefs serving local BC cuisine and award-winning wines. With its far north location, near the Alaskan Panhandle, NEH offers big-mountain, deep powder skiing and snowboarding in its 5,500 sq kms of exclusive terrain.
NEH is one of the few carbon-neutral heli-skiing operators in the world, with a carbon offset program that benefits The Great Bear Forest and the First Nations living in the region.