11 High Fashion Winter Coats to Keep You Warm—And Cool

11 High Fashion Winter Coats to Keep You Warm—And Cool

December 6, 2021 by

By: Shahrzad Rasekh By: Shahrzad Rasekh

Far from concealing your personal style, your choice of winter outerwear can create a bold statement and become the centerpiece of any outfit.

From it-girl Penny Lane coats to tundra-grade parkas, these 11 brands have you covered—literally. These bold cuts, vibrant colors and unexpected materials will brighten up any winter day.

See also: Kristin Cavallari's Fave Fashion Brands Under $500

The Arrivals

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Born in an independent Brooklyn studio, The Arrivals’ beautiful shearling coats have been spotted on supermodels and influencers alike. The popular Moya coat comes at a $1,190 price tag but is described by Business Insider as “devastatingly worth the hype.”

Everlane

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Everlane’s ReNew collection uses recycled polyester and wool to create smart, sustainable coats and warm jackets at a reasonable price point. The brand maintains full transparency on each of its factories and even details each garment’s manufacturing location.

Taion

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This Japanese inner down brand uses 90 percent down and 10 percent 650 fill feathers in a water- and stain-resistant nylon outer material. The no-frills coats are lightweight yet warm and sure to upgrade any outfit.

Shrimps

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This playful London-based women's fashion label is renowned for its colorful faux furs made exclusively from sustainable and cruelty-free materials. The patterned fur coats and collared jackets are bold statement pieces any closet can welcome.

Dime

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Montreal-based skater brand Dime is one of those “if you know, you know” labels. Its designs have been spotted on celebrities from Grammy-winning producer Kaytranada to Lily-Rose Depp, and even late fashion genius Virgil Abloh. Dime's small collections mean the streetwear-focused designs are ever-changing. This season, wave puffers puts a geometric twist on the classic puffer jacket.

Overcoat

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After several years at Comme des Garçons and later as head tailor at Donna Karan, Ryuhei Oomaru created conceptual outerwear brand Overcoat. The unisex coats’ complex cuts and clever details are evidence of Oomaru’s mastery of pattern-making.

See also: Live In A Fantasy World With This Kith X Barbie Collab

Stone Island

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This brand’s innovative materials, high-tech designs and logo-embroidered arm patch are instantly recognizable. Drake and other rappers have popularized Stone Island in the U.S. over the past few years, but the streetwear brand’s history and culture began in Europe in the '80s and has flourished ever since with consistent, high-quality designs.

Nanushka

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This Hungarian brand’s women’s and men’s outerwear reimagines mostly neutral-colored, classic designs with a distinct and dramatic twist. Nanushka incorporates sustainable materials, including regenerated and vegan leather, and makes many of its items within 300 km of its headquarters to reduce emissions.

Save the Duck

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Named as PETA’s 2019 Company of the Year, this outerwear label focuses on cruelty-free, animal-free coats. In 2021, Save the Duck outfitted the first climbers to fully ascend the K2 mountain, so you can rest assured these coats will keep you warm.

Moose Knuckles

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This Canadian brand describes its coats as “engineered for the tundra. Designed for the city.” Founded in 2009, Moose Knuckles carries jackets for four levels of cold: chilly, cold, crazy cold, and Canada cold.

Charlotte Simone

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It-girl brand Charlotte Simone is best known for its colorful Penny Lane coats and the small size of its drops. The coveted Penny Jacket is constantly released in new colors and materials, lined with a luxe Mongolian trim. Sign up on the company's website to get notified the second a new collection drops.













11 High Fashion Winter Coats to Keep You Warm—And Cool

December 6, 2021 by By: Shahrzad Rasekh

Far from concealing your personal style, your choice of winter outerwear can create a bold statement and become the centerpiece of any outfit.

From it-girl Penny Lane coats to tundra-grade parkas, these 11 brands have you covered—literally. These bold cuts, vibrant colors and unexpected materials will brighten up any winter day.

See also: Kristin Cavallari's Fave Fashion Brands Under $500

The Arrivals

Website

Born in an independent Brooklyn studio, The Arrivals’ beautiful shearling coats have been spotted on supermodels and influencers alike. The popular Moya coat comes at a $1,190 price tag but is described by Business Insider as “devastatingly worth the hype.”

Everlane

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Everlane (@everlane)

Website

Everlane’s ReNew collection uses recycled polyester and wool to create smart, sustainable coats and warm jackets at a reasonable price point. The brand maintains full transparency on each of its factories and even details each garment’s manufacturing location.

Taion

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by TAION (@taion0802)

Website

This Japanese inner down brand uses 90 percent down and 10 percent 650 fill feathers in a water- and stain-resistant nylon outer material. The no-frills coats are lightweight yet warm and sure to upgrade any outfit.

Shrimps

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Shrimps (@shrimps)

Website

This playful London-based women's fashion label is renowned for its colorful faux furs made exclusively from sustainable and cruelty-free materials. The patterned fur coats and collared jackets are bold statement pieces any closet can welcome.

Dime

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Dime (@dimemtl)

Website

Montreal-based skater brand Dime is one of those “if you know, you know” labels. Its designs have been spotted on celebrities from Grammy-winning producer Kaytranada to Lily-Rose Depp, and even late fashion genius Virgil Abloh. Dime's small collections mean the streetwear-focused designs are ever-changing. This season, wave puffers puts a geometric twist on the classic puffer jacket.

Overcoat

Website

After several years at Comme des Garçons and later as head tailor at Donna Karan, Ryuhei Oomaru created conceptual outerwear brand Overcoat. The unisex coats’ complex cuts and clever details are evidence of Oomaru’s mastery of pattern-making.

See also: Live In A Fantasy World With This Kith X Barbie Collab

Stone Island

Website

This brand’s innovative materials, high-tech designs and logo-embroidered arm patch are instantly recognizable. Drake and other rappers have popularized Stone Island in the U.S. over the past few years, but the streetwear brand’s history and culture began in Europe in the '80s and has flourished ever since with consistent, high-quality designs.

Nanushka

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by NANUSHKA (@nanushka)

Website

This Hungarian brand’s women’s and men’s outerwear reimagines mostly neutral-colored, classic designs with a distinct and dramatic twist. Nanushka incorporates sustainable materials, including regenerated and vegan leather, and makes many of its items within 300 km of its headquarters to reduce emissions.

Save the Duck

Website

Named as PETA’s 2019 Company of the Year, this outerwear label focuses on cruelty-free, animal-free coats. In 2021, Save the Duck outfitted the first climbers to fully ascend the K2 mountain, so you can rest assured these coats will keep you warm.

Moose Knuckles

Website

This Canadian brand describes its coats as “engineered for the tundra. Designed for the city.” Founded in 2009, Moose Knuckles carries jackets for four levels of cold: chilly, cold, crazy cold, and Canada cold.

Charlotte Simone

Website

It-girl brand Charlotte Simone is best known for its colorful Penny Lane coats and the small size of its drops. The coveted Penny Jacket is constantly released in new colors and materials, lined with a luxe Mongolian trim. Sign up on the company's website to get notified the second a new collection drops.