investment coats

Okay, it’s here. The main event. Fashion lovers the world over will tell you that they love how social summer is and that’s all that really matters. They’re lying. All summer long, they’re counting down the minutes until it’s acceptable to buy investment coats. It’s likely the most you’ll spend on something this season, but it’s one item where spending a bit more really counts.

Of course, one side of the equation is the aesthetic. Many of the best investment coats are made by luxury houses using the finest fabrics and experimenting with unique techniques. We’ve got selections from AMBUSH and Sacai that exemplify this luxurious drama perfectly.

On the other hand, when you’re looking to drop some more money on your outerwear, utility is a big consideration. Is the piece waterproof? Is it durable? Selections from Moncler Genius and Arc’teryx slot naturally into this luxury-technical niche.

Whatever you look for in your investment coats, Luisaviaroma has something that fits the bill. That’s why we teamed up with the Italian retailer to round up 9 of the best investment coats for fall and winter.

Cut to a classic bomber jacket shape with a bold collar added, this Gucci Blouson is equal parts workwear and luxury.

AMBUSH gives the classic, formal trench coat a modern update. Clever tailoring and an added strap across the chest bring this timeless classic into the 21st century.

Arc’teryx’s any-weather jackets have been a favorite of outdoor communities for decades. From hikers to graffiti taggers, Arc’teryx jackets have been tested to every extreme and come out on top.

Nanushka’s Arto Jacket is cut from regenerated leather to an oversized fit. Slim lapels offer an open-collar construction which amounts to the only detailing this piece needs.

JW Anderson’s Loewe has astonishing versatility. From bold bohemian pieces through to things like this cashmere chore jacket with understated branding to the leather chest pocket, Jonathan Anderson’s expertise knows no bounds.

The shiny down jacket is nothing new, but Bottega Veneta stamps its signature on it with a ballooning oversized fit.

Chitose Abe has left an indelible, Sacai-shaped mark on modern fashion. This coat is a mind-boggling collision of worlds, as we’ve become accustomed to.

Moncler Genius is the place where the legendary label gets to push boundaries and this striking yellow number does just that.

Jacquemus’ Le Blouson Asao rounds out our selection today with a relatively easygoing price tag. In classic style, this piece takes inspiration from French workwear history, updating it with subverted cuts and beautiful fabrics.

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