80s ski culture was the source of inspiration for The North Face's 'Snow Rouge' collection. The 80s were a time that designers frequently look to when trying to elicit a nostalgic aesthetic. From the silhouettes to the tonal colorways, the influence of the 80s is still highly relevant to this day. This becomes even more apparent when considering the fashion of ski culture, which greatly influenced the mainstream.
The North Face's collection was inspired by this, and released a line of winter wear that's both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Standouts include the puffer jackets, which arrive in a yellow or 'plum' colorway. To match, the brand released fleece pants, offering a tonal look to be worn throughout the cooler months.
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