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Style Advisor: The Best New Coats For Autumn

Style Advisor: The Best New Coats For Autumn

FLANNELS AW19: In A New Light

Winter is coming. But it’s not all dropping temperatures, falling rain and scraping the frost off the wind shield on cold, dark mornings. The advance of autumn and the approach of winter means a whole slew of fine, fresh new coats has dropped online and in store at FLANNELS. Making their debuts this season in our AW19 campaign: Moncler and Canada Goose hero pieces for the discerning dresser who likes to stay warm in style. Read on for the best new coats for autumn.

A male model wearing a dark navy blue hip-length Canada Goose padded down jacket with a hood and the Canada Goose circular badge on the arm


One of Canada Goose’s most-wanted designs – meet the New Lodge down-filled jacket with a slim silhouette that’s perfect for city life. The (you guessed it) Canadian brand is world-famous for making some of the finest down jackets available to man (and woman). A hip-length cut and slimmer fit means this style will suit most builds and lifestyles, while the classic Expedition parka is a must-have for those in need of a seriously weather-resistant coat.


The Moncler Friesen puts a modern, streetwear-inspired spin on the Alpine brand’s traditional aesthetic. Its trademark badge has been updated with a slick, all-black patch, and the Moncler logo takes up the entire circumference of the coat’s hem. Performance materials have been combined with distinctly contemporary design details – this is Moncler at its very best.

A male model wearing a white and black Moncler jacket with the Moncler logo printed across the bottom of the jacket hem in large graphic writing
A male model wearing a black Canada Goose Emory thigh length parka with a hood and the trademark Canada Goose logo patch on the arm


Serious gear for the modern explorer, a Canada Goose parka is a world-wide symbol of superior outerwear design. Whether you’re navigating the city in winter, or taking on the elements in the great outdoors, the Emory works for both landscapes by striking the balance between form and function. The reputation of a Canada Goose coat precedes it – a cult piece that has really earned its title.

Photography: Jack Bridgland, Fashion: Gemma Baguley, Hair: Tommy Taylor, Makeup: Hannah Sorcha & Phoebe Taylor, Art Direction: Gini May, Set Design: Ian CY, Production: Florence Trott