- THE NEO DUFFLE COAT
This essential winter coat feels warm and lightweight.
- A lightweight coat that looks and feels cozy and warm.
- The timeless design makes this coat a winter wardrobe essential.
- Features hood, storm flaps, cuff tabs and other special details.
- New toggle cords are made with rope for an extra stylish touch.
- Wear it over a jacket for a layered look.
2. LORO PIANA
This warming quilted jacket from Loro Piana is filled with naturally insulating down and panelled with soft wool, as well as being kitted out with a snug hood, internal ribbed-knit collar and cashmere cuffs. Keep your hands cosy on winter walks by slipping them into the fleece-lined front pockets. Shown here with Canali jeans, Loro Piana sweater, TOM FORD T-shirt, Loro Piana sneakers.
3. THE CAMEL COAT
Paul Smith‘s camel overcoat ensures you’ll always make a strong first impression. Tailored in Italy from a soft wool and cashmere-blend, it has peak lapels and lightly padded shoulders that cut a smart silhouette. The colour is a dateless neutral, so feel free to wear it with any shade of suiting. Shown here with Lanvin rollneck, Gucci trousers, Dries Van Noten shoes.
4. THE OFFICER’S COAT
Burberry‘s latest collection is informed by both the work and methods of British sculptor Mr Henry Moore. Drawing on the garments worn by the artist in his studio, this utility-inspired jacket recasts the style in double-faced cashmere trimmed with tough cotton-gabardine – a brand signature since it was invented by Mr Thomas Burberry in 1879. It’s unlined and light enough to layer over one of the label’s chunky knits, and the deep midnight-blue hue makes it a refined option. Shown here with Lanvin trousers, Dries Van Noten shirt, Burberry shoes.
5. THE PEACOAT
A pea coat is an outer coat, generally of a navy-coloured heavy wool, originally worn by sailors of European and later American navies.