Snow storms? Whipping wind? Horizontal rain? Martin Cooper has it covered.

In his final collection for the brand, Belstaff’s chief creative officer whipped up outerwear to fend off the worst winter weather, all with a light touch. Shearling, as always, played a starring role, appearing on the collars of long military coats adorned with patches of quilting, and also lining leather bomber jackets.

There were riffs on the brand’s trenches and waxed motor sports jackets and a solid lineup of everyday clothing, too. Skinny, ribbed knit sweaters and a short, gray wool jacket with black patch pockets — a look swiped from Belstaff’s classic Roadmaster jacket — were among the highlights.

Snow storms? Whipping wind? Horizontal rain? Martin Cooper has it covered.


In his final collection for the brand, Belstaff’s chief creative officer whipped up outerwear to fend off the worst winter weather, all with a light touch. Shearling, as always, played a starring role, appearing on the collars of long military coats adorned with patches of quilting, and also lining leather bomber jackets.

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