Trapstar takes the city girl skiing for Fall/Winter 2023

Trapstar takes the city girl skiing for Fall/Winter 2023

by Juliette Eleuterio
2 min

Trapstar has, without doubt, cemented itself on its home turf of London streets, but for Fall/Winter 2023, the streetwear brand’s womenswear division waves goodbye to the British capital for a ski-centred interlude in the Alp mountains.

The days of dreading your appearance, engulfed in puffer and ski-ready pieces, are over. Thanks to Trapstar, the girlies are now being offered stylish options to keep them warm and dry while making snow angels, participating in snowball fights, or indulging in any other snow-related activity. 

Of course, there are a series of puffers as part of the offering, but the Chesterfield Puffer Jacket stands out from the rest. Seen in both a black and white colourway, it takes on Trapstar’s unofficial diamond-shaped pattern, with each corner adorned with the signature ‘T’ logo as a silver stud. The other puffer includes the distressed, camo-print Arch Oversized Puffer, while other jackets come in velour and metallic, some with faux-fur trimmed hoods, which are detachable for a custom look to your liking.

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For your post-slope adventures, Trapstar’s FW23 offering also includes a two-piece matching tracksuit, elevating comfort without compromising style. Available in both hot pink and khaki, the look is completed with unmissable Trapstar branding, whether that comes in the form of a label or a distressed Irongate appliqué completed with white stitching.

With yet another drop, now available online, that taps the heart of our generation of tracksuit-wearing, nostalgic-yet-progressive fashion enthusiasts, Trapstar continues to showcase its commitment to authenticity through design. Bold and innovative, giving a fresh face to modern-day elegance, Trapstar’s FW23 collection is the convincing we needed to book that ski trip.

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