Ski Style: Hot On The Hill

Each week Style Reporter Emily Harding heads up onto the hill to snap the most interesting outfits for your enjoyment and inspiration!

Ski style in TignesName – Amelia Fisher

Age – 30

Occupation – Sous Chef at Brassero

Favourite run – Tignes park

Outfit –
Goggles Electric
Helmet Sandbox
Jacket O’ Neill
Gloves Pow
Pants Four square
Boots Vans
Board Gnu park pickle
Bindings Ride
Silly fact – “I was nicknamed mouse when I was 2 because I ate a block of cheese and stored some of it in my cheek till the next morning. The name still stands now.”
Fashion tip – “Make sure your nose is on the outside of your goggles and punter gaps are still not acceptable.”

Tignes-ski-style-BraseroName – Nico De Voogd

Age: 28

Occupation – Bartender at Brassero
Fave run: Tignes Park
Outfit: boots – Dc Pants
Analog shirt
Analog jacket
Goggles Smith
Beanie Analog
Board Dc
Bindings Union
Fun fact: “When in trouble do a double!”
Style tip: “How you ride the mountain determines your style not your outfit”

Tignes-ski-style-Name – Ben Crump
Age – 25
Occupation –  Retired seasonnaire who left Neverland to be a restaurant manager
Favourite run – OK Orange all the way down into La Daille once it’s snowed so you can muck around in the trees
Outfit –
Jacket is Zimtsterm
Pants are Horse feathers
Goggles are Oakley crowbars
Gloves are POW
Helmet is Giro
Fun fact – “Whilst skiing in Colorado I once fell 20ft from a chair lift in pure punter style, landed on my feet tho.”
Tips for the punters – “If you French fry when your meant to pizza your gonna have a bad time!”

Katie Downs

EDGE Magazine is your guide to a ski holiday, working or living around Tignes, Val d'Isere, Bourg Saint Maurice, Les Arcs, La Plagne, La Rosiere, Peisey Vallandry & Sainte Foy. Our website is packed full of useful live information, regularly updated features and interviews with something for everyone...snow-lovers, starter snowboarders, seasoned skiers, serious apres-skiers, seasonaires and locals. Pick up a copy of our magazine from December in loads of places in each resort including bars, restaurants, shops, cafes and airport transfer vans too. For more information and to request a media pack e-mail We'd love to hear from you!

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