Yes, it is sunny right now, but when the rain returns, you’ll be glad of this 1960s-style raincoat by John Simons.
As it has just gone on the market, I thought I would let everyone in on the upcoming 1966 Harry Palmer raincoat by Lancashire Pike.
This numbering is a bit confusing. A few years ago, the G10 was a bomber jacket. However, since WP Lavori took on the brand it is no more – it is now the Baracuta G10 overcoat.
Probably better known for anoraks, parkas and general winter wear, Penfield is now offering a classic raincoat, going by the name of the Penfield Anoka rain jacket. It's about as traditional as it comes at first glance. Up close, it's a slightly different story, with the coat made of a […]
There are a lot of pea coats about, but this Ralph Lauren wool pea coat is certainly at the classier end of the range. A classy and classic coat, this Polo Ralph Lauren take on the pea coat, is in a mid-grey wool, with black double breasted button front fastening, […]
A classic is back for the rainy season (if it's not already the rainy season where you are) – the A.P.C Trench Mac. Yes, it's a classic trench coat, the kind of thing A.P.C. does so well. In this case, the double-breasted trench is available in navy or cream, made […]
Not just one expensive Mac, the A.P.C. Summer Mac above is the first of two. But we'll start with the cheapest (and most stylish), with French label A.P.C. offering up a timeless classic for rain-soaked Britain. It has a lightweight cotton outer, contrast lining, oversized pearlescent buttons, button cuff adjusters […]