Polish designer Magda Butrym has taken the classic black dinner jacket and given it an elegant longline twist. Double-breasted, notch lapels, two front pockets, sharp shoulders and hits at the ankle - nothing not to love.
A wise wardrobe staple, the peacoat - typically short in length, and double-breasted - works hard in the transitional autumn-winter months. It doesn't get more "extra" than Saint Laurent's YSL-embroidered iteration, seen on Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at Paris Fashion Week.
Fans of the versatile, never-out-of-style trench rejoice over Ivana Mentlova's butter-soft chocolate brown leather iteration for winter. The longline, oversized silhouette works over anything from an LBD to the black leather trousers and cowboy boots paired together here.
Glamorous and cosy all at once, a faux fur coat - the bigger the better - is a winter must. Balenciaga's is A-line and oversized, and was wrapped and belted at the waist for its snow storm of a runway show.
The hyper-luxe one, The Row's Ceren Coat is crafted from double-faced Baby Suri cashmere and Alpaca. Signature to The Row, the silhouette is oversized, but the creamy hue - a chic winter statement - makes a break from the brand's darker colour palette. Side seam pockets add an element of practicality.