LOOK OUT: Look, the French brand that claims to have invented the pivot binding for skis, is to launch a range of clothes that can be worn on the slopes or in the city. The capsule collection, comprising a cashmere sweater, a down jacket and a hat, will go on sale at trendy Paris boutique Colette at the end of August. Look was founded in 1951 and has a following of Olympian skiers, including Jean-Claude Killy, Jean Vuarnet and Alberto Tomba. Retail prices range from 70 euros, or $100 at current exchange, for a hat, to 1,200 euros, or $1,735, for a down jacket.
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