FUSALP FW2021

In the city or in the mountains, do you feel the festive spirit?

70s-inspired cuts, materials that are elegant and performance-driven. Whether it is for yourself or your loved ones, giving a Fusalp garment or accessory is guaranteed to thrill.

TAILORING ‘A LA FUSALP’

In 1952, two visionary tailors from Annecy decided to introduce entrepreneurship to their savoir-faire by creating ski garments, including the skin-tight ‘fuseau’ stirrup pants. Born in the heart of the French Alps, Fusalp—which takes its name from an abbreviation of ‘fuseau from the Alps’—has a signature style that makes it the perfect choice for a returning community of connoisseurs in France as well as around the world.

FUSALP AND COMPETITION

Generations of ski champions have performed in Fusalp at international competitions, including the Goitschel sisters at the 1964 Olympic Games in Innsbruck, Jean-Claude Killy at the 1968 games in Grenoble, as well as Annie Famose, Guy Périllat and Léo Lacroix—who remarkably won a total of 16 medals at the 1966 World Championships in Portillo, Chile. Shared values of discipline, performance and elegance have fueled this natural association. Fusalp recently returned to the highest international competition as official supplier of the Monaco Olympic Committee at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang.

FUSALP’S SAVOIR-FAIRE

Fusalp’s creative director Mathilde Lacoste orchestrates a balanced equation of tradition and modernity, as well as innovation and style, by constantly exploring the savoir-faire and historic codes of the brand. She designs contemporary collections for both winter and summer, for the slopes as well as the city, that combine technicity, functionality, and elegance—the three pillars of the brand’s DNA.

FUSALP’S SKI SUIT AND STIRRUP PANT

Fusalp applies its 50 years of legendary tailoring techniques to continually reinvent the clean lines of the iconic fuseau stirrup pants and ski suit.

THE FUSALP SPIRIT

Fusalp’s motto is to design a unique sport-chic silhouette that celebrates the art of movement as well as French elegance on and off the slopes.


 

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