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.
Discovering a clothing item you instantly fall in love with can be a visceral experience. The French call it coup de coeur—love at first sight. This was the inspiration for outerwear brand Cape de Cœur.
Winter is coming—and so is ski season. But before you pull out your parents’ neon one-piece from the ’80s, consider Après-Ski, a new seven-piece capsule collection of high-performance skiwear from Canadian outerwear brand Quartz Co. designed in collaboration with womenswear designer Marie-Ève Lecavalier.
Transparency is essential for LIVØM, the recently launched Canadian slow-living brand producing sustainable homeware and clothing.
Montreal’s Ciele Athletics has been outfitting runners at all levels since 2014. The brand began with a hat, which has long been ubiquitous among stylish sprinters and has expanded to include high-performance, tech-packed apparel and shoes.
Canadian luxury outerwear brand Moose Knuckles has teamed up with Post Malone to design a 10-piece gender neutral capsule collection that celebrates the artist’s creativity and fearless spirit. What has been over a year in the making, is now available to the public.
To get you through this long pandemic winter, here are 10 eco-friendly outerwear options that are available now.
Not all puffers are made equal, but all of these puffers are made by Canadian companies.
Marissa Freed is the fourth-generation president of Freed & Freed, a Winnipeg-based garment company that started as a men’s pants manufacturer and has since evolved several times. Her latest contribution to the heritage firm is a sub-brand called FREED, specializing in faux fur outerwear.