French skiwear specialist Rossignol presented its first urbanwear collection for fall. Pushing into ready-to-wear, the brand experimented with kimono-style bomber jackets and sleeveless fur coats, which gelled well with the label’s more street-friendly direction. Utilitarian parkas and anoraks with big pockets were made from Japanese dyed fabrics boasting water-repellant qualities, while nylon shirt-jackets accentuated the line’s universal and trans-seasonal appeal.

By  on January 19, 2016

French skiwear specialist Rossignol presented its first urbanwear collection for fall. Pushing into ready-to-wear, the brand experimented with kimono-style bomber jackets and sleeveless fur coats, which gelled well with the label’s more street-friendly direction. Utilitarian parkas and anoraks with big pockets were made from Japanese dyed fabrics boasting water-repellant qualities, while nylon shirt-jackets accentuated the line’s universal and trans-seasonal appeal.

Rossignol Men's RTW Fall 201613 Photos 

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