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Dufour-Lapointe sisters trade slopes for style world with fashion collaboration

Canadian freestyle skiiers (from left): Chloe, Maxime and Justine Dufour-Lapointe pose with items from their Apres-Ski collection for Call It Spring in this undated handout photo. The trio curated the collection for the footwear and accessories retailer. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, Call It Spring

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Canadian freestyle skiiers (from left): Chloe, Maxime and Justine Dufour-Lapointe pose with items from their Apres-Ski collection for Call It Spring in this undated handout photo. The trio curated the collection for the footwear and accessories retailer. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, Call It Spring

TORONTO - The Dufour-Lapointe sisters made a splash on the slopes at the Sochi Olympics — now they're hoping to do the same in the world of style.

Canadian freestyle skiers Maxime, Chloe and Justine Dufour-Lapointe have partnered with footwear and accessories retailer Call It Spring, which is part of the Aldo Group.

The trio will curate an Apres-Ski collection of 30 items encompassing everything from winterized boots and booties to knitwear, accessories and handbags.

Olympic moguls gold medallist Justine said the partnership gives the trio the chance to make their first steps in the world of fashion.

"We are very proud to have taken part in the Olympic Games and that our performances have inspired so many young people to go beyond their limits," she said in a release. "This collaboration will enable us to show another side of our personality and our passion for fashion to all Canadians."

The collection and campaign will launch in stores and online on Nov. 15.

The sisters are also the official ambassadors of Hudson's Bay's popular red mittens, which launched its sixth edition on Thursday.

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