• Jil Sander's 'Libourne' bomber comes from the Italian label's latest collection - a pared-back take on military garb. Based on the MA-1 flight jacket, this densely padded design will keep you warm even in blustery conditions. It's cut from lustrous shell and is anchored by chunky ribbed wool-blend trims that trap warmth. It is fitted with a plethora of pockets, both external and internal, so you can go hands-free.
  • A part of the limited edition 'Pendine Sands' collection that celebrates the famed Welsh Tourist Trophy race, this Belstaff jacket is named for Mr Malcolm Campbell, who set a world land-speed record there in 1924. It has been made in Italy from dark-brown leather and is complete with sporty ribbed trims and a checked cotton lining. Detach the shearling collar on warmer days.
  • A well-made field jacket is key in outsmarting indecisive weather, and this one from Paul Smith is top notch. Made from durable cotton and linen-blend twill in versatile army-green, it's kitted with a bevy of practical pockets and has a hidden adjustable waist tab to customise the fit. Wear yours with all manner of casual looks, avoiding trousers of the same hue.
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  • AMI has garnered a steadfast following thanks to its collections of timeless, infinitely wearable pieces. This sweater is a fine case in point, expertly knitted in France from thick woollen yarns for a reassuringly chunky feel. In deep charcoal, it has a funnel neck and zipped fastening, offering a variety of styling options.
  • Acne Studios' 'Garret' overcoat demonstrates the Stockholm label's dedication to exceptional craftsmanship. Equally suited for smart-casual looks and sharp tailoring, it's made from insulating Melton wool in a versatile camel hue. The notch lapels, felted undercollar and front flap pockets make it an undisputed classic.
  • Famed for its off-kilter designs, French house Givenchy continually reinterprets its ultra-contemporary aesthetic. This parka features 3D-effect American flag and palm print patches that take focus against the weighty and robust black cotton-blend canvas. An abundance of military-style pockets give it a dissident air, while generous padding offers warming insulation.
  • Marni's hooded parka is cut from a durable cotton that's treated with a sanding technique to achieve a soft handle. It's finished with a buckled throat latch and charcoal ribbed cuffs to trap warmth and provide optimum insulation. Define the shape by adjusting the internal drawstring at the waist. Layer it over chunky knitwear and denim combinations.
  • Turn to Canada Goose's renowned down-filled outerwear to keep you dry and comfortable in even the most extreme environments. This hip-length parka is kitted with heavy-duty ribbed cuffs, a layered back yoke and an adjustable internal drawcord to keep drafts out. The insulated, quilted interior is the softest of its kind and is designed to cushion your body and envelop you with warmth. Side vents allow for ventilation while the hood can be removed for a more streamlined look.
  • Loro Piana is world-renowned for its impeccable craftsmanship, and this tan field jacket is a handsome example. Designed in Italy from supple nubuck, it's detailed with a cosy ribbed knit-trimmed collar and fully lined in checked twill. The concealed felt button placket creates a streamlined silhouette and nods to the label's careful attention to detail. Wear yours at the weekend.
  • A fine example of the commanding luxury for which the brand is renowned, Tod's field jacket has been crafted in Italy from smooth grey suede. It has an array of handy inside and outside pockets, and is lined in a lightweight wool-blend so it feels warm and cosy without being bulky. Adjust the internal drawstring waist to find your perfect fit. Team yours with selvedge denim and leather Chelsea boots.
  • A sophisticated take on a classic utilitarian style, Thom Sweeney's field jacket has been impeccably crafted in Italy from butter-soft suede. It's finished with several external and internal pockets, and a handy concealable hood that can be unfurled if you're caught in an unexpected shower. The lustrous satin lining ensures it layers smoothly over bulky knitwear.
  • Renowned for its understated and practical outdoor gear, Patagonia is committed to eco-friendly production methods. This jacket is crafted from splash-resistant shell to block out wind and drizzle on testing hikes. Highly insulating down padding delivers exceptional warmth. The funnel neck and elasticated cuffs seal out cold air. Zipped pockets provide convenient storage for your essentials.
  • Rocky Mountain Featherbed was founded in Jackson Hole, Wyoming - known in '60s America as 'the Cowboy State'. This army-green jacket is cut from 'Nylon Taffeta' shell, specially developed to replicate the resilience and crisp handle of the label's vintage garments. Its unique weave makes the surface less shiny and the colour more settled. The brand states this piece has a cardigan-like feel due to its remarkably lightweight and insulating down and feather padding.
  • With a down-filled quilted interior, Arc'teryx Veilance's 'Monitor' coat will keep you warm on chilly commutes. The handy hood is peaked for extra protection from the elements and fitted with a toggled drawstring to adjust the fit. This insulated shell style has been made to exacting standards in the label's own manufacturers in Vancouver, Canada.
  • Loro Piana's bomber jacket is a luxurious take on an effortlessly cool style. In adaptable tan, this investment piece has been impeccably crafted in Italy from plush shearling - a material coveted for its softness and naturally insulating properties. It's finished with ribbed cashmere trims for the most comfortable fit, and will look just as handsome teamed with jeans as with tailoring.
  • Moncler's iconic quilted jackets have attracted a cult following for their sleek looks and premium quality fabrics, as demonstrated by this 'Forbin' design. Skilfully cut for a close fit from ultra lightweight shell and generously padded with goose down and feather, it is both comfortable and exceptionally insulating. The versatile navy hue makes layering in the winter a breeze.
  • Quality leather and suede is at the heart of Loewe's DNA and this coat demonstrates the brand's uncompromising commitment to excellence. Made from panels of plush shearling, it's cut for a comfortable regular fit that will envelop your frame with an exceedingly soft feel. Keep an eye out for the internal leather patch pocket - it's artfully embossed with the label's iconic anagram logo, which was reworked by Creative Director Mr Jonathan Anderson when he was appointed in 2013.
  • Founded in 1913, Prada is one of the world's most eminent houses and continually sets the standard for creativity. Illustrating the masterful craftsmanship that has earned it global acclaim, this shearling jacket is designed to last a lifetime. The elegant dark-brown hide will develop its own personality as it matures. When winter hits, you'll seldom want to wear anything else.
  • The first look on Dries Van Noten Fall '16 runway, this wool-blend coat makes a strong statement. Cut for a slightly loose fit, it has slightly exaggerated trench characteristics, including storm flaps and a belted waist. Striped grosgrain ribbon adorns the shoulder - a recurring detail this season.
  • Dries Van Noten's coat is defined by intricate metallic and striped grosgrain appliqués - details inspired by military regalia. This double-breasted style is cut from a thick, plush wool-blend for a streamlined slim fit. Wear yours with tailoring.
  • Saint Laurent's collections often reference the distinctive style of America's mid-west. This hunting-style jacket is woven with a red and black Buffalo-inspired check and panelled with off-white faux shearling. It has a relaxed cut and oversized lapels that make it all the more cosy. This rugged piece has a rustic yoke detail and two roomy pockets to keep your hands warm on chilly days.
  • Record label turned clothing brand Maison Kitsuné has attracted a cult following with its cool Parisian staples. This cotton-corduroy jacket is cut slim and has a faux shearling wool-blend collar and lining, ensuring a cosy feel on those chilly winter afternoons. This rugged workwear-inspired design will make a fine pairing with one of the house's signature printed tees.
  • Canada Goose's 'Constable' parka was originally designed to protect the Northern Police from Arctic temperatures, so trust it will keep you warm whatever your daily commute. Insulated with 625 fill-power duck down, it's cut with a detachable hood, high collar and slightly dipped back hem to keep the elements at bay. A locking two-way YKK® zip, substantial ribbed cuffs and fleece-lined handwarmer pockets add to its functional appeal.