Every season, Mackage delivers sexy and well-tailored jackets, leathers, and pea coats for both men and women, many with their signature fur-rimmed hood. Prices start at $390 for an ultra lightweight down and cap off at just over $1,000 for the most luxe styles. While the Canadian brand operates a Soho flagship, it just opened this Upper East Side pop-up for the season (or longer).
For the diehard leather lover, Lyndsey Butler presents not only an abundance of moto jackets but also hefty winter coats — with leather accents, of course. The jackets are built to last, making the cost-per-wear worth it on her four-digit range price tags.
Trench coats and plaid abound at this newly renovated two-story shop, where the pieces noticeably are "more suited for the downtown crowd." This location also carries the British brand's makeup line, so snag a nude nail polish to match your trench while you're there.
Brooklyn Industries offers the latest in unique designs with a good selection of jackets and coats — the most expensive style represents a standing sleeping bag and is just $228 — created in right here in New York (well, Brooklyn, to be specific).
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This outdoor superstore has down parkas, ski jackets, fleeces, and wind shells available for reasonable prices — the store's website currently has a solid selection that's under $200, many of which you'll be able to find in its huge flagship store.
Barbour's outerwear ranges from biker-inspired glamour to its classic Countrywear brand, offering customers a huge selection within a single store (in case you thought that one quilted jacket you see everywhere, with matching dog versions, is all that Barbour does).
Aritiza’s third store in New York City opened in September in a historic two-story space at buzzy Flatiron district with a “feminine, eclectic, and effortless” vibe. That's also reflected in the Canadian label's ‘70s-inspired outerwear and standout shearling options.
Though the just-opened Fifth Avenue store looks much bigger from the outside than it actually is, that doesn't mean that the outerwear inside is lacking. This season's A-line wool coat, the shawl collared coat, and raw-cut wool capes certainly speak against that.
Uniqlo is a must-shop in colder months not just for Heattech tee shirts, tank tops and turtlenecks, but for the range of outerwear that includes styles for $100 or less. While its thin down jackets get all of the attention, its military jackets and its cashmere collaboration with Lemaire should not be overlooked.
From Tory Burch's former stepdaughters Pookie and Louisa comes a store filled with the likes of oversized collarless coats, trenches with faux fur collars, and even a patent trench coat (that last one goes for $598, FYI).
A serene, "loftlike" shopping experience that was brought to life in Tribeca from the internet is only topped by the cutting-edge designers like Marni, APC, Jil Sander, and more that are offering outerwear this season.