Peaks and woollens. Mountains and premium yarns. Bally shaped a collection with an Alpine attitude. The brand’s signature craftsmanship focused this time on its Swiss roots. Winter clothes were warm, cosy and comfortable in neutral cream and vanilla. Skirts and ski cloaks were made from leather with laser-cut lace hems. Bally looked back to a 1955 logo of an Alpine peak. Its jagged profile inspired the zigzag motifs on the cloaks, coats, trousers, shoes and accessories, which came in lilac, rust, orange, indigo, powder blue and sage. Details also looked to the peaks: Alpine stars, Swiss crosses, heart motifs, intarsia’d skiers, jacquard mountain flowers, pixelated illustrations. The influence of Alpinist-inspired technical wear was seen in the shearling bags and trekking shoes.