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Take On The Elements

Our standout selection of designer jackets and coats has got you covered for all winter weather conditions you’ve experienced just this week.

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Loro Piana harnesses Storm System technology to pioneer world-class outerwear that’s soft to the touch and keeps you dry. This elegant jacket simply shrugs off rain and sleet, and has a detachable drawstring hood. It’s lined in an indulgent blend of cashmere and silk to achieve luxurious comfort.

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Brunello Cucinelli definitely designs for himself and for the needs of his fellow countrymen, as they enjoy an espresso in the square, or make their way to their villa in Lake Como. He’s created a technical jacket that repels precipitation and retains warmth in extreme conditions. As always, the needs are met, and style prevails.

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Mackage is recognized for their design savvy. The Canadian outerwear specialist makes its mark with this luxurious parka completely lined in plush rabbit fur. Every detail is carefully thought out, right down to the leather-trimmed fleece pockets to keep your hands warm.

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This exuberant red jacket from Moncler Grenoble boasts a visored hood, snow skirt and inset cuffs to withstand frigid environments. The quilted down bomber looks equally at home on ski slopes and city streets.

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Canada Goose’s updated field jacket, the Banff Parka, has a weatherproof Arctic Tech outer shell insulated with 625 Fill Power duck down to withstand temperatures plummeting to -25°C. A removable coyote fur ruff retains warmth and cinchable waist keeps the wind off your back.

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Soft virgin wool finds form in this streamlined winter jacket from Ermenegildo Zegna. The down-filled outerwear classic is equipped with plenty of indulgent details including rich calfskin accents and horn buttons that bear the heritage brand’s prestigious name.

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Paul and Shark’s three-in-one jacket features two lightweight layers to give you versatility. Wear the hooded nylon shell and long-sleeved down liner separately during transitional seasons. And when the temperature drops, wear them together and defy anything winter throws at you.

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