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Kylie Jenner is nothing if not a maximalist. Her ongoing preference for wearing head-to-toe new-season Bottega Veneta; her penchant for private jets; her general love of diamonds, Birkins, and Ferraris… all are evidence of a total commitment to living the most extravagantly glamorous life possible. So it’s perhaps no surprise that her winter getaway to Lake Tahoe featured outfits a little more extra than your run-of-the-mill North Face puffer jacket. In fact, Kylie’s winter wardrobe might be the bougiest collection of ski-chic we’ve ever seen.

First up, there was the head-to-toe vintage Dior look (we documented that outfit in meticulous detail here), which was followed, very soon after, by a second head-to-toe Dior look—this one new season. Jenner wore a cashmere cream turtleneck dress by the cult-y New Zealand brand Paris Georgia underneath a Dior logoed puffer coat, which she partnered with a Dior hat; Dior boots, and a Dior backpack. Jenner’s daughter, Stormi Webster, was equally kitted out: the two-year-old wore a Burberry puffer coat and logoed Fendi lace-up boots.

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Then it was onto a slick black bodysuit with a plunging zip neckline, which she paired with a PVC puffer jacket. But the real pièce de résistance was the leopard print ensemble she rocked on her final day in the mountains—an outrageous, totally camp, and completely brilliant look by the beloved British designer Richard Quinn, who created the pieces for Moncler’s Genius collaboration. The full look—a high-neck catsuit and matching reverse puffer (the underside is a more traditional Quinn floral print)—is part of a limited edition collaborative range that you can buy, if you have a spare $5,000 lying around, here.

We really do love you Kylie Jenner—please don’t tone things down a notch, ever.