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Canada Goose and October’s Very Own are Back with Another Collaboration

Releasing on 7th of October online and at select Canada Goose and OVO® retail stores globally.

The two Toronto-based brands have returned for the latest instalment of their longstanding partnership, this time with a more refined fabric and colour scheme. The focus for them this Autumn/Winter is a rich Loro Piana wool, a luxurious Italian cashmere fibre that screams quality yet still manages to keep warm; performance luxury at its finest.

For this capsule, the two brands have dug into the Canada Goose archives to remix two silhouettes with the Loro Piana wool for this upcoming season: the ‘Banff Parka for OVO’ and the ‘Hooded Freestyle Vest for OVI’. The first is made for really harsh conditions, clocking a Thermal Experience Index (TEI) rating of 4, meaning that it can withstand temperatures of up to -25ºC and the latter is a new spin on a certified classic, a lighter option for the cooler evenings. Both pieces feature a speciality OVO patch alongside an embroidered Canada Goose disc. The ‘Wool Cap for OVO’ will also be available, a low-profile cap with a snapback fit and Canada Goose disc as well as an embroidered OVO wordmark.

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OVO and Canada Goose Outlet Online Unveil Their Latest Limited Edition Capsule Collection

October’s Very Own and Canada Goose are once again collaborating on a Fall/Winter collection. The high-end Canadian clothing brands are set to release three new pieces including an OVO-branded parka, a hooded vest, and a wool cap.

The new collection serves to reimagine Canada Goose’s legacy styles in a modern style with the OVO branding. To create this new capsule, both OVO and Canada Goose searched through the latter’s archives – dating back nearly 60 years – to decide which styles would be best suited for an aesthetic overhaul.

In addition to a modern look, Canada Goose and OVO designed these new pieces of clothing with warmth as a priority, given how cold Canadian winters can get.

The prices of the new collection will range from $250 for the wool cap to $1,495 for the Banff Parka. Each style will be available in three colours: sierra, midnight, and limestone.

The collection will be available to purchase from both Canada Goose and OVO’s retail stores as well as their respective websites as of Friday.

OVO and Canada Goose have previously partnered together several times with their last collection coming out in 2020 to celebrate 10 years of collaboration.

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Canada Goose Outlet Store Taps Feng Chen Wang and Xu Zhen for Technical FW22 Collection

During Paris Fashion Week, Canada Goose presented a collaborative FW22 collection with Chinese-born, London-based designer Feng Chen Wang and Chinese artist Xu Zhen.

With Feng Cheng Wang’s “future-modern” design codes and Xu Zhen’s optimistic prints at its forefront, the 12-piece range places a priority on deconstructing Canada Goose’s heritage styles with exaggerated proportions and technical tailoring. The result is a collection of men’s, women’s and unisex down outerwear and knitwear, all of which boast a penchant for functional-yet-conceptual wear.

The line, which draws from Wang’s life experiences, employs an eclectic color story, with a neon green tone taking over a parka jacket in one ensemble and dark greens and browns commanding pant and jacket pairings in another. Zhen’s graphics largely make their statement on the jacket offerings, some of which are entirely doused in the MadeIn founder’s signature works while others implement his bold designs on distinct fabric sections. Elsewhere, the Toronto-based luxury label has introduced new product categories with its first-ever skirt and woven pant offerings, as well as a footwear collaboration that’s well-equipped for stubborn terrain.

The full collection will be available to purchase in Fall 2022. Take a look at the collaborative capsule above.

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OVO and Canada Goose Outlets Reprise Partnership With a Winter-Ready Collection

Drake has been putting forth a ton of energy into his product initiatives lately. The hit-making artist recently teased more upcoming collaborations with Nike and prepared an OVO FW22 “Collegiate” collection, and now he’s set to revisit his OVO partnership with Canada Goose. The two Canadian powerhouses have converged once more to engineer an assemblage that’s fit for the seasonal transition.

The three-piece collection features two outerwear pieces and an accessory item. The former is guided by the OVO x Canada Goose Banff Parka — a sleek but extremely warm piece that can be utilized to brave the harsh winter climate conditions. This jacket is decorated with a Canada Goose patch on the left sleeve Next up is the Hooded Freestyle Vest which styled in a muted black hue and is fitted with an OVO patch on the right chest and the Canada Goose logo on the left chest. Last up in the range is an adjustable snapback Wool Cap manufactured with premium Loro Piana wool. All three items will be available in Sierra, Midnight and Limestone colorways.

Peep the collection above and expect it to launch on October 7 via Canada Goose.

For other news, Canada Goose tapped Feng Chen Wang and Xu Zhen for a technical FW22 collection.

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Canada Goose Outlet Taps Feng Chen Wang and Xu Zhen for Technical FW22 Collection

During Paris Fashion Week, Canada Goose presented a collaborative FW22 collection with Chinese-born, London-based designer Feng Chen Wang and Chinese artist Xu Zhen.

With Feng Cheng Wang’s “future-modern” design codes and Xu Zhen’s optimistic prints at its forefront, the 12-piece range places a priority on deconstructing Canada Goose’s heritage styles with exaggerated proportions and technical tailoring. The result is a collection of men’s, women’s and unisex down outerwear and knitwear, all of which boast a penchant for functional-yet-conceptual wear.

The line, which draws from Wang’s life experiences, employs an eclectic color story, with a neon green tone taking over a parka jacket in one ensemble and dark greens and browns commanding pant and jacket pairings in another. Zhen’s graphics largely make their statement on the jacket offerings, some of which are entirely doused in the MadeIn founder’s signature works while others implement his bold designs on distinct fabric sections. Elsewhere, the Toronto-based luxury label has introduced new product categories with its first-ever skirt and woven pant offerings, as well as a footwear collaboration that’s well-equipped for stubborn terrain.

The full collection will be available to purchase in Fall 2022. Take a look at the collaborative capsule above.

Elsewhere in fashion, Tiffany & Co. has shared how Kendrick Lamar’s diamond “Crown of Thorns” was crafted.

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CANADA GOOSE OUTLET ONLINE TAPS KIMBERLY DREW FOR THEIR NEW ART INITIATIVE

When you hear the phrase “Live in the Open,” you think about taking and embracing life full-on. Keeping that philosophy in mind, Canada Goose has partnered with writer, artist and activist Kimberly Drew to highlight the work of artists living and working in New York City–a city she works in and calls home. 

“My work sits at the intersection of art and design,” said Drew in a press statement, “thinking about ways to archive, uplift, center and amplify marginalized voices that sit across a bunch of different cultural spaces.”

The partnership consists of three interactive murals commissioned by three artists–COVL, Bianca Nemelc, and Indie184–selected by Drew herself. Each artist created a mural style piece unique to their own artistic design, and that incorporated a tear-away reveal for the passersby to interact and engage with. The purpose of this reveal is to continue Canada Goose’s ethos of “Live in the Open,” and encourage the idea of expressing oneself freely, all while “spotlighting female creators dominating the New York art scene.” The three artists used inspiration from their cultural backgrounds, expressionism, the natural world and more to make their murals unique to themselves and the project’s message as a whole. 

The three murals are currently up for view around the Canada Goose flagship store in New York City. Read Drew's interview with V below. 

Kimberly Drew. Courtesy of Canada Goose

V Magazine: Canada Goose’s ethos is to “Live in the Open.” What does that saying mean for you and this partnership?

Kimberly Drew: I have really enjoyed this partnership with Canada Goose, because it’s encouraged me to commit to spending more time in nature. I think “Live in the Open” can mean a variety of things: being outdoors, being open to new information, and even being open to the parts of yourself that you’ve yet to discover. To quote my friend Noor Tagouri, “We are the stories we haven’t met yet.” 

V: As a curator, how different is this partnership compared to other projects and jobs you’ve had? How has the partnership allowed you to combine your passion for activism and art in one?

KD: This project has given me the opportunity to curate billboards in Downtown New York. One of my principal goals is to invite audiences to see more art and with this project I was able to work with Canada Goose to bring art to people. With so much creative freedom, I didn’t have to compromise on my vision for the project. 

V: You tapped artists COVL, Bianca Nemelc, and Indie184 to bring this project to life. What was the process of selecting these artists in particular?

KD: I wanted to work with a diverse selection of artists on this project. Bianca and Indie184 are both native New Yorkers and COVL is a newer New York from Miami. Each of these three women have unique approaches to their work thinking about mental health, freedom of expression and the beauty of bodies. As a curator, I’m just happy that each of the artists said yes. 

V: You’re a native of New Jersey; a neighbor of New York. In what ways has this project and its NYC location been inspirational/meaningful to you?

KD: New Jersey is a unique state with a longstanding and robust art community. Growing up, it was a privilege to be able to visit cultural institutions in both New Jersey and New York City. Working with artists to mount artworks was exciting because it made me wonder which people might see the works and reconsider their relationship to art.

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Visited a Canada Goose Outlet Cold Room where you can test its jackets in below-freezing temperatures

Shopping for a winter coat can be incredibly hard because you won't know how it'll perform until you actually wear it in ideal outdoor conditions. And by then, it's likely too late to return it if it doesn't live up to expectations.

To let customers experience before buying, Canada Goose has installed the "Cold Room" in select stores that simulate cold-weather conditions and what it's like to wear its gear in cold weather — particularly useful if you're shopping during warmer seasons.

Canada Goose assigns a Thermal Experience Index (TEI) rating to all of its products. The Cold Room lets shoppers put the ratings to the test, even at below-freezing temperatures. The company stands firmly behind the TEI, but considering how expensive Canada Goose apparel can be, the Cold Room is a way back up its claims.

I visited the Cold Room at the Canada Goose store at the Mall in Short Hills, in New Jersey, to learn more about the TEI and what it's like to try out this store feature.

What is Canada Goose's Thermal Experience Index?

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Fill power is a number that measures the amount of space one ounce of down will fill in cubic inches. Generally, higher fill power is an indication of higher quality down being used, making it a warmer garment for the wearer. While most winter coats have a fill power rating, people often struggle to understand what that means in terms of real-world use.

Is a jacket with a 750 fill power rating really that much warmer than a different jacket with a 700 fill power rating? Do I need a higher fill power if I'm only outside for a few minutes at a time during the winter?

To help customers determine which garments suit their needs, Canada Goose developed its TEI rating, which outlines the different levels of warmth and best uses. Everything from raincoats and vests to hoodies and parkas gets its own TEI rating.

When picking out a Canada Goose jacket to test, the TEI ratings definitely helped me make a decision. I went with the Crofton Puffer Jacket because it's lightweight, has a modern puffer design, has lots of versatile features for wearing in city environments, and features a TEI 4  rating. It's one step higher than the fundamental everyday warmth TEI 3 garments provide, yet not as extreme as TEI 5 garments designed for the coldest places on earth.

What it's like inside a Canada Goose Cold Room

Outside of The Cold Room, a digital thermostat reads a temperature of 0 degrees. Amir Ismael/Insider

The Cold Room is a small temperature-controlled, in-store facility designed to help you test cold-weather Canada Goose products before you buy them. The thermostat was set to 0-degrees Fahrenheit, but it can be adjusted (at or below freezing) depending on the temperature you want to test your jacket.

The interior of The Cold Room features ice blocks to show you just how cold it is inside. Beyond the glass windows, you can see other stores in the mall. Amir Ismael/Insider

I casually stepped in with my Canada Goose Crofton Puffer unzipped, but quickly realized that 0-degrees Fahrenheit is a lot colder than an average winter day in New Jersey. After putting the hood on and zipping up the jacket, the upper half of my body was completely warm.

I stayed inside the Cold Room for about 10 minutes and could feel the freezing cold air ripping through my jeans, but I couldn't feel a bit of cold elsewhere with the Crofton Puffer on.

Amir wearing the Crofton Puffer in cold winter rain (left) and over his shoulders using the interior straps (right). Amir Ismael/Insider

Granted, you will end up wearing your jacket in real-world cold weather for much longer than 10 minutes at a time, but the Cold Room gave me the confidence to know that my jacket could handle it when the time came. Every time I wore my jacket in real-world cold weather, I was reminded of how effective the Cold Room test was.

Although I used the Cold Room to test a winter jacket this past season, it's also a great way to gauge the performance of lighter-weight jackets and hoodies ideal for transitional spring weather or layering.  

The bottom line

Although Canada Goose provided the jacket for the purpose of testing and reviewing, my experience in the Cold Room helped me understand why Canada Goose jackets are priced higher than many options on the market. 

Canada Goose is driven by performance and results, and its products directly reflect that. The jackets are made with the highest quality materials and lab- and field-tested technology that translates to real-world warmth. 

It's tough to justify spending so much on a jacket even if you can afford it, but Canada Goose's products live up to their cost. If there's a Canada Goose Cold Room near you, I recommend it as a way to experience the products' warmth for yourself.

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Canada Goose Outlet Makes Spring Apparel? Yeah, We Were Surprised Too

If you're familiar with Canada Goose, it's probably due to the brand's parkas, which can be seen on the shoulders of celebrities, news anchors and practically half the population of any Northeastern city. But, don't write the heritage brand off as "just a winter clothing company." With its new spring / summer 2022 collection, "Live in the Open," Canada Goose proves its apparel can be worn year-round — in the right conditions.
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Canada Goose’s Outlet Insulated Crofton Puffer Boot Is a Jacket for Your Feet

Canada Goose’s venture into the world of footwear has been a big step in the right direction — no pun intended. Having unveiled its first collection at the tail end of 2021, the Toronto-bred clothier’s line of cold-ready boots is built to take on any weather. The Crofton Puffer Boot is the latest addition to the brand’s catalog, and it serves as a luxurious way to step through winter’s final throes.

While these look to be a warm set of boots thanks to their insulated upper, don’t mistake these for heavyset stompers, as Canada Goose’s intent with the Crofton was to provide nothing short of lightweight comfort. Thanks to its cushy midsole, rib material at the back, and side zipper, the world-renowned brand’s latest boots are incredibly comfortable to throw on and wear throughout any physically strenuous outdoor adventure.

After all, this is Canada Goose, so it’s only right that the boots provide robust elemental protection. As a result, they come equipped with an insulated upper and a gusset behind the zipper to retain warmth. Meanwhile, the Crofton’s outsole is intended to provide the utmost flexibility without sacrificing performance in a frigid climate, made entirely clear thanks to its grooved tread surface for optimized traction. Plus, the shoes’ puffed composition makes them extremely packable, meaning traveling with these on hand is an absolute breeze.

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Canada Goose Outlet Taps ‘Riverdale’ Star Cole Sprouse To Photograph and Direct Its SS22 Campaign

Canada Goose has enlisted acclaimed actor Cole Sprouse as photographer and director for its latest Spring/Summer 2022 collection campaign.

Sprouse – star of The CW’s Riverdale – joined the outerwear giant to craft and curate new visuals that support CG’s “Live in the Open” mantra and selected Big Sur, California, as the location for filming. The campaign features a group of models enjoying the outdoors, wearing a mixture of items that include parkas, hoodies, and lightweight, packable jackets.

Colorways for next season comprise primary tones such as red, blue, grey, and beige, covering essential items including down jackets and sleeveless puff vests. In addition, accessory pieces such as crossbody bags, beanies, caps, and newly-introduced footwear round out the collection.

Sprouse’s experience and expertise in front of the camera helped him give instructions and strategically capture the CG cast in various scenes, including a bonfire beach, a hiking trail, and a tented campsite. Using the different backdrops emphasizes a sense of community and togetherness, which are components of the brand’s Basecamp program.

Customers can view the new CG SS22 collection and campaign film – and enroll in Basecamp – on the brand’s website.

In case you missed it, Burberry returned to the runway with a proportionally sized FW22 collection.

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