Ottolinger's Fall/Winter 2018 Collection Is an Irreverent Take on Skiwear
The former YEEZY designers throw caution to the wind.
Ottolinger‘s Fall/Winter 2018 collection took an experimental approach to cold weather clothing. Using fabrics like corduroy, cargo and pleather designer duo Christa Bösch and Cosima Gadient created a welcomed alternative to traditional ski wear. The line includes puffer outerwear, suits and dresses that combine elements of deconstruction and reconstruction. The shiny pleather pants, which sprout a new seam at the knee, are definitely the collection standout. Alongside these garments the label debuted collaborations with English jewelry designer Joanne Burke and Swiss artist Vittorio Brodmann to complement the range.
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