Combining the power of analog and digital cameras, Cole Sprouse employs his distinctive reportage approach to portray togetherness ignited by the forces of nature based on Canada Goose’s Live in the Open philosophy: take life head on; live joyfully, bravely, and without reservation; embrace community; and forge deep connections with the natural world.
Canada Goose and Reformation have come together to create a seven-piece outerwear collection that unites function with fashion. The new collection offers reversible puffers, vests, headscarves, and parkas in bold colourways and playful prints—made with responsibly sourced down and recycled-fibre ripstop outer fabric.
Canadian lifestyle brand Canada Goose launched its fall/winter campaign, featuring an all-female cast photographed by legendary American photographer Annie Leibovitz. Shot in the Scottish Highlands, the images are cinematic and haunting, with overcast skies creating a moody backdrop to the new outerwear offerings.
A cloud coat is like a puffer on steroids.
For a few years now, Canada Goose has been putting out signals at a lower decibel with regard to its sustainability commitments, all the while making headway on its sustainable policies and practices.
Toronto-born fashion icons Canada Goose and October’s Very Own (OVO) are celebrating their anniversary with a capsule collection dedicated to the Canadian terrain.
As the world still grapples with the spread of the coronavirus, luxury brands continue to announce the myriad ways they hope to help.
Canada Goose is gradually expanding into new clothing categories, producing knitwear for a range of seasons and climates, with aspirations of becoming a multiseason brand.
Every piece included is Canadian-made, because at the end of the day, nobody understands us better than our own local producers.