Triple F.A.T. Goose is ready to dress women as well.
The outerwear brand, which relaunched last year with boys’ and men’s after a 16-year hiatus, will release a women’s and girls’ collection.
The women’s and girls’ collection will include four styles of coats — the Madigan, the Arkona, the Embree and the Alistair — that range from $250 for girls to $450 for women.
According to the brand’s chief executive officer James Chung, whose father Young In Chung founded the brand with Nathan Kestenman in 1987, they produced the line because of customer demand.
Triple F.A.T. Goose — F.A.T. stands for “For Arctic Temperatures” — is best known for its color-blocked coats that resonated with the streetwear market in the Eighties and Nineties, but its newer collections are focused on performance. The women’s tonal jackets are made from 10,000-millimeter fabrics, coyote fur, storm cuffs, side vents and goose down filling. The line will be available on the brand’s e-commerce site in August, but Chung said for 2017 the label is considering wholesale partnerships.