Gucci Delivers Easygoing Luxury for Après-Ski Collection

Gucci Après-Ski 2022 Collection
Gucci unveils Gucci Après-Ski 2022 collection.

The Gucci Après-Ski winter 2022/23 collection is an invitation to pack your bags, grab your skis and escape to a world of luxury. This exclusive range of leisure wear will keep you warm and stylish through any adventure, featuring a colorful wardrobe of apparel, shoes, luggage, and accessories.

See the Gucci Après-Ski Winter Collection

Photographed by Mark Peckmezian, the Gucci Après-Ski campaign includes models riding on sleds, making snow angels, and skiing. Cozy puffer jackets take the spotlight, as well as vibrant knitwear and snow goggles. For more from the brand, check out the Gucci Cosmogonie cruise 2023 campaign.

The Gucci Marmont bag is featured in Gucci Après-Ski collection.
The Gucci Marmont bag is featured in Gucci Après-Ski collection. Photo: Mark Peckmezian

In the images, we see a preview of the next installment from the adidas x Gucci collection, which set the fashion world abuzz earlier this year. A set of hard-sided trolleys made in collaboration with Italian luxury luggage maker FPM Milano also appears in the Gucci Après-Ski collection.

Snow boots take the spotlight in  Gucci Après-Ski 2022 collection.
Snow boots take the spotlight in Gucci Après-Ski 2022 collection. Photo: Mark Peckmezian

For bags, the Italian fashion house focuses on the Gucci Horsebit 1955, GG Marmont, and Gucci Diana. Boots, including hiking and snow boots, are made for the winter climate. The art direction for the shoot is by Christopher Simmonds, while Akinola Davies Jr directed the collection’s film. 

A model goes sledding in Gucci Après-Ski 2022 collection.
A model goes sledding in Gucci Après-Ski 2022 collection. Photo: Mark Peckmezian
adidas x Gucci branded bags for Gucci Après-Ski 2022 collection.
adidas x Gucci branded bags for Gucci Après-Ski 2022 collection. Photo: Mark Peckmezian
adidas Gucci apres ski
A look at the upcoming adidas x Gucci collaboration featured in Gucci Après-Ski campaign. Photo: Mark Peckmezian

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