by Stephen Garner

For fall/winter 2019, Iceberg creative director James Long takes the brand’s family with him to the Italian Alps. Logo ski flag shapes in danger zone primaries are puzzled together with black to form sweaters, and a blizzard of crazy graphics slice across a classic twill shirt layered over sleek polos topped with roomy, glossy parkas.

This season, a new punk-grunge graffiti logo peaks across knit hoodies and zip jackets. Iceberg red coats, highly-visible acid green full looks and slashed logo sweaters mean you will always stand out on the slopes or the street. Deep purple, a new color for Iceberg men, crops up as a velour tracksuit kept cozy under teal blue jackets or zips over a luxury ice hockey shirt.

Après ski Iceberg men and women are offered sporty yet sophisticated alternatives with women in sparkling sequins drifting over jacquards, jackets and 2 piece sets and men in snow-tipped navy polo shirts worn with matching joggers, a new coat shape tailored in high-sheen wool, and a knit is inserted into soft leathers.


A bandana print comes as a loose fit jean and matching shirt for men – styled with ice white logo polo necks – who admirably steal back the Mickey knits for themselves.

Colors are pop culture and to quote James Long “punky-mountain” bright: green, red, yellow and blue calmed by navy and black.

The brand will be holding sales in Paris next week from January 16th to the 24th at Rue Saint Domenique.