There are some weird suggestions in here. Some of the companies named make great gear, but have alpinist fit. ArcTeryx, Helly, PataGUCCI, etc. Other companies that have supported skiing that make great gear are: Oakley, Spyder, Sessions, North Face and Orage. All make quality gear and First Drop and SAGA are closing that gap as well making better and better stuff with every new line. Armada and Salomon also make clothes...not sure on colors, but quality has been noted.
if you want proven quality, great water repellence and a fit you are stoked on, check out the OAKLEY ALPS pant and coat from last year. E-Vent fabric is durable and super waterproof. Fit is what you desire. I have the ninja suit from last year and love it. I'm 6'2" and have dubXL in both coat and pants. They also zip together to keep the snow out.
Being last year's items, you might not find them, in which case I would check out the OAKLEY Primed jacket and bib. That is their top of the line gear this year. Haven't used the coat, but the bibs are legit and have just slightly narrower knees for hiking and such. I just got them big in dubXL to sag and they fit good.
Downside is they are expensive, but you will never get wet.
Simon's new OAKLEY gear is 20,000 repellence too and you can get both the Corked jacker and the Corked pant in all black.
Sites like Backcountry.com have good photos of all their gear. Didn't look at EVO for any of the items mentioned above but it is another great resource.