Category Archives for "Coats"
Inspired by artistry and anthropology, Biya clothing is where eclecticism, sophistication and individualism meet. Bold design mixed with flowy, romantic silhouettes and expert embroidered details call to free spirits everywhere.
A ruff of silky fox fur trims the hood of a hearty wool duffle coat crafted in a slim silhouette and detailed with three roped toggle closures.
Long charmed by the exotic allure of India and all points east, Parsons graduate and Detroit native Tracy Reese skillfully melds the details, textures and colors of faraway lands into wearable works of art. Her pieces have a celebratory, almost festive feel – no surprise, then, that one feels simply joyful while wearing them.
Drawing upon vintage references, and with a healthy pinch of Anglophilia, Elevenses evokes a mood of modern elegance. Featuring finely tailored classics that play with color, shape and detailing, this label is exclusive to Anthropologie. This fall, when we need something that is rich, feminine and endlessly comforting on cold days, we’re reaching for this peacoat. It layers well over dresses and jeans alike.
Clean and linear, Moth is known for transforming current trends into wearable sweater silhouettes. Moth relies on simple yarns and pure shapes to make a statement, and in turn appeals to women who want a feminine look without any fussiness. We love all the poncho options popping up this fall. This one from Moth has a dressy and slightly preppy air about it, which is why we’re paring it with sleek ankle pants and bejeweled bracelets.
After launching a successful T-shirt collection that quickly took over their apartment, husband-and-wife designers Esfan Eghtessadi and Inge Onsea opened their first boutique in Antwerp, Belgium in 2000. Today, Essentiel Antwerp is a complete ready-to-wear line marked by playful prints, pop colors and spot-on detailing. Complete with a plush fringe, this lightweight, embroidered jacket is the loveliest of layers.