WITCHCRAFT & WIZARDRY
INTO THE WOODS
Make Red Riding Hood jealous with a scarlet cape by Canuck designer Nicole Bridger, who crafted the traffic-stopping topper from 100 percent certified-organic wool and AZO-free dyes. Watch for wolves.
Ponchos may be just a step up from a Snuggie, but trust us, nothing about Rogan’s cotton-fleece poncho screams “domestic-goddess-cum-media-mogul fresh out of prison for securities fraud.” It’s a good thing.
Take that, Slanket! From New Zealand’s Crowns Clothing comes a toggle cape pieced together from actual blankets—locally sourced, 100 percent wool, and authentically vintage.
Look effortlessly put-together with Stewart + Brown’s boiled-wool Duncan coat, which features a waist-tie to whip its voluminous silhouette into shape.
Clad in thick, black wool and stitched with a felt-trident emblem on its left shoulder, this wartime beaut is in enviable age for its age. An inner breast pocket provides a hint of its past: the initials “MM” neatly embroidered on the fabric.
A-HAUNTING WE WILL GO
Don’t be spooked by Prairie Underground’s Hemp Ghost poncho. The cozy sable number is made domestically from sustainably grown hemp, then lined in plush organic-cotton fleece.
CREATURE OF THE NIGHT
Constructed in New York City from 100 percent reclaimed wool tweed and lined in reclaimed acetate, the batwing coat by H. Fredriksson is more Sophie, Countess of Wessex than Count von Count.
RAD IN PLAID
A 100 percent washed-silk lining amps up the luxe quotient of Layla Racy’s hooded poncho, made in the good ol’ U.S. of A. from rich indigo-dyed wool.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE