• Canada Goose

    Expedition Coyote-Trimmed Parka

    Canada Goose are the experts of down jackets with over 50 years of experience in the field. This Expedition parka was originally designed for scientists working in Antarctica, so you can be sure it will keep you warm; and the iconic logo has become a trademark for quality and style in a winter coat.

  • Hestra

    Deerskin Sandwich Gloves

    Deerskin sandwiches might not sound particularly tasty but they'll definitely go a long way in keeping you toasty. The bread is actually the deerskin leather, and the filling is an inner lining of wool for the perfect combination of warmth and wear.

  • Paul Smith

    Cable Knit Raglan Sweat

    Sometimes a full woollen cable knit sweater is too much of a winter commitment. Sure it's warm, but shit can get too warm and then things get smelly and wool is no easy clean. This Paul Smith sweater combines the best of both words with a cable knit front panel and raglan sweatshirt sleeves.

  • Dr Martens

    Marcus Croco Boots

    Even though their an ideal winter boot, I sometimes struggle with the clunky aesthetic of a pair of Dr Martens. The Marcus Croco boots follow a more classic shape with brogue-style detailing. Crafted from premium leather, the boots feature exotic crocodile embossed paneling with Goodyear welting and the brand's signature bouncing soles.

  • Levi's

    1954 501s

    Jeans are for any weather situation: sun, rain or snow. The modern reinterpretation of the classic 1954 501s has arrived in a raw dark indigo for a timeless style that just get better and more comfortable with age.

  • Soulland

    Camilla Shirt

    If you're all snuggled up in a down jacket, you don't have to sacrifice the style of what you're wearing underneath for warmth. Soulland are known for their wild prints and they've almost outdone themselves with this marble design shirt from their capsule collection with Playtype.

Weekly Outfit December, 6 2013

The Weekly Outfit: Snow Day, No School!

The first snow of the winter fell in Berlin today. Although, it did more flying in all different directions than falling, thanks to the storm that some of us Europeans have been experiencing over the past 24 hours. It got us thinking back to those sought-after No School Snow Days. They might be an alien concept to many of you but the first sign of snowfall meant schools full of teenagers were praying to Jesus, Allah and Buddha that it would warrant the schools closure. Snow’s tendency to fuck things up was never more enjoyable than when it gave us unexpected days off school, but it turns out employers are slightly less reluctant to close down the company for the day, so instead we’ve got to brave the elements and, working at Highsnobiety, naturally still look fresh.

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