The Best Luxury Winter Coats

A handful of heady options to keep you warm this winter.

By Terry Christodoulou 01/06/2022

Can you feel that? That all-too-familiar bite in the air as winter arrives is back and you need a new coat. Luckily, here at Robb Report, we’ve sifted through the winter catalogues of the world’s finest fashion houses to bring you a concise list of the best luxury coats on offer this season.

Below, 10 of the best luxury winter coats.

Loro Piana — Navette Textured-Cashmere Coat

The Navette textured cashmere coat, from the revered house of Loro Piana sees its fabric selection come to the fore. Here, the pure cashmere is woven into subtle tonal stripes and trimmed with colour matched suede trims— made from goat — and horn buttons. Not only luxurious, but the coat is also practical with a detachable rain collar and polyester lining.

Approx. $9337;

Acne Studios — Single Breasted Coat

An icon of the Swedish Acne Studios  label, the relaxed fit of its single-breasted coat now arrives in a fox grey colour while holding on to its signature soft, rich hand-feel. Made entirely out of wool, the three-button closure and clean double-faced construction make it a staple in any winter wardrobe.


Bottega Veneta — All Spice Melange Coat

At Bottega Veneta, bigger is better. The label has built a reputation for oversized overcoats with sloping shoulders and a relaxed feel. Here, the 100% cashmere coat lands in an ‘all spice melange’ fabric, and is worn unlined.


Brunello Cucinelli — Double-Breasted Virgin Wool-Twill Coat

Think of Brunello Cucinelli as a blue-chip investment. This double-breasted offering from the Italian label sees a weighty, virgin wool-twill promise to bring plenty of warmth to you this winter. Add in the practicality of numerous pockets, horn buttons and a complete cupro lining and you know— in time — that you’ve invested well.

Approx. $8171;


Louis Vuitton — Silver Monogram Felt Coat

Not all coats need to be a drab wintery affair. In an attempt to liven things up comes Louis Vuitton’s silver monogram felt coat. Here, the dramatic coat is cut in an oversized silhouette and crafted from recycled felt. Covering the coat is an all-over printed monogram motif in silver foil, adding a touch of glamour. The coat is lined in pure silk and features tonal metallic buttons.



Gucci — Check Wool Coat With Gucci Label

Gucci’s experimental tilt continues as it combined traditional motifs and modern shapes. Here, that is typified with a coat crafted in brown and beige check wool , presented in a relaxed shape with a. self-tie belt and front pocket. Made in Italy, the coat is 100% wool with a viscose lining.



Zegna — 12milmil12 Wool Trenchcoat with Mink Fur

The 12milmil12 collection represents Ermenegildo Zegna’s desire to breed superfine Australian wools. The result is a luxurious fabric crafted from wool fibres whose fineness, at 12 microns, exceeds that of Vicuna and cashmere. Due to the rarity of the fabric, fabric, only a limited number of garments are produced each year. Here, within that heady collection comes a night blue trench coat that is warm and water repellent and paired with a luxurious mink lining. A special Ermenegildo Zegna leather selvedge detail elevates this classic cut.



Brioni — Camel Plume Overcoat

Completely unlined and deconstructed, the Plume overcoat arrives in a camel coloured fabric, crafted from a super soft blend of cashmere, silk and vicuna herringbone. Designed in a single breasted silhouette with a relaxed fit, the style makes it a versatile addition to the winter wardrobe.

Approx. $9717;


The Row — Ake Shawl-Collar Belted Virgin Wool & Cashmere-Blend Coat

In that typically understated style that has become synonymous with The Row, comes the Ake coat a luxurious combination of virgin wool and cashmere-blend. Here the design sees a sweeping shawl collar and fastens with a single horn button while the coat is secured by a belt. Inside, the coat sees 100% silk lining.

Approx. $5557;

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