Raf Simons Plans Luxury Skiwear Debut with FW19 Templa Collaboration

The iconic designer is expanding his reach.

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With a special joint-drop alongside Eastpak on the way, Raf Simons has revealed plans for his first foray into the expanding luxury skiwear landscape.

Following this week’s debut of his Blue Velvet-referencing Fall/Winter 2019 collection, Raf Simons has announced a new collaborative collection with Templa. Established in December of 2017 Templa was created to restructure and breathe new life into the alpine performance-wear market. Raf Simons and Templa’s Fall/Winter 2019 collaboration will deliver 25 new items to consumers, and is said to carry “aesthetic attitude” that observers now view as a signature of Raf Simons’ artistic approach and creative mentality. Specific selections include shell and down coats, shell pants, tops and t-shirts, padded pants and more.

You can preview a few pieces from Raf Simons and Templa’s collaborative Fall/Winter 2019 collection above, while the entire line is set to debut in the near future.

For more, check out Raf Simons’ Spring/Summer 2019 campaign.

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