Mich�le Rosier, who designs and manufactures under her own name and also for V de V in France and White Stag in the U.S., created all the ski wear shown on the cover and the preceding color pages. Prices listed are for American stores only. The quilted nylon suit on the cover is worn by Merja Alanen. The hood has detachable face pieces. The pants, like most Rosier ski pants, are worn over the boots. The outfit by White Stag is at Frederick & Nelson, Seattle; Aspen Leaf, Denver, and costs $90. On the opening color page (facing page 46) Rita Scherer wears a quilted nylon jump suit with orange horizontal quilting at waist and elbows. This design for V de V is $110 at Neiman-Marcus, Dallas, Houston and Fort Worth; Er�s, Paris; Doroth�e Bis, Avoriaz. On the next page Merja wears White Stag's quilted nylon-velvet ski suit that comes with a matching helmet. It is $110 at G. Fox, Hartford. On the following spread Merja wears a purple-and-orange stretch-quilt jump suit. It is $100 at Bloomingdale's, New York; Galeries Lafayette, Paris; Reussner Sports, Meg�ve. On the sixth page of color Rita wears a blouse of yellow acrylic fur and nylon. It is $80 at Neiman-Marcus; Au Printemps, Paris; Gunhild, La Plagne. Rita is also photographed wearing a quilted jacket with acrylic fur collar made by V de V. It is $85 at Dayton's, Minneapolis; Vog, Paris; Shamrock, Courchevel. On the next page Merja wears a racing suit made of the same superstretch used by the French team. It is by V de V and is $155 at Hudson's, Detroit; Franck & Fils, Paris; Robert Pitte Sports, Val-d'Is�re. The prefab ski house, designed by G�rard Grandval, has a living room, two bedrooms, a bath, and can be put up in three days. It costs $13,000 in France. On the next to last page of color Kyra Bester wears minipants for skiing with a matching double-breasted jacket in Elastiss. The pants are $55, the jacket $125, at Neiman-Marcus; Vog, Paris; Richard Sports, Alpe d'Huez. On the last color page Rita and Kyra wear jump suits of parachute nylon. They are by White Stag and are at Frederick & Nelson, Seattle; Aspen Leaf, Denver, and cost $60. The racing helmets are by Bayard, the gloves by Patault and the goggles by Cebe, all French companies.