Strap Into JW Anderson’s £6,350 Padlock Duffle Coat

Crafted from 100% lambskin.

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Jonathan Anderson’s eponymous label JW Anderson is known for its creative designs that blend elegance, kitsch and everything in between. Now in preparation for the FW23 season, the brand has released its new Padlock Strap Long Leather Duffle Coat.

Undeniably striking, the long duffle coat appears in all-over soft 100% brown lambskin fur. Then appearing on the front of the straight-fit coat is silver tone padlock detailing with removable black leather straps – remixing the style of a traditional fur coat. Additional details include a large hood, leather back and full lining.

Undeniably, the coat subverts the standard notions of classic-style fur outerwear as its padlock and leather details bring on a contemporary touch. Aside from this, the coat makes one of JW Anderon’s most expensive items to date. The brand has been a luxury name since its 2007 founding, but with the new piece and accompanying price tag, the brand is clearly upping the stakes.

Take a look closer look at the piece in the gallery above. With a £6,350 price tag, the JW Anderson’s Packlock Strap Long Leather Duffle Coat is available now online.

In other news, Engineered Garments channels uniformity with its SS24 Workaday collection. 

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