Highsnobiety is a brand dedicated to today’s generation of style-conscious individuals. They are a leading press outlet for fashion, sneakers, design, music, and entertainment. In a world where being culture-obsessed has become the rule (not the exception), their mission is to turn curious outsiders into cultivated insiders.
They wrote an recent article 10 Up-and-Coming Outerwear Brands That Should Be on Your Radar This Winter. Here is what they had to say:
"To free you from that sea of sameness, we rounded up 10 outerwear lines you may not have heard of. Some are older. Some are brand new. For one reason or another, all have made a splash in recent seasons – and are worthy of a place on your radar.
We are all products of our environment.
If that environment is cold, rainy, outdoors-obsessed, and fashionable, you get Baro.
Based in Vancouver, Baro Drywear is the latest in a long line of superb Canadian outerwear brands. Cuts are contemporary. Styles are sharp. Tech is there, but not glaringly so.
The long lines and superb fabric feel of a jacket like The Brockton could convince all but the keenest that it’s not a seam-taped waterproof. But it is. And so is The Demarco. And The Radar. And the- well, you get the point.
From its northern hometown, Baro has created a world of stylish, affordable technical wear. Truly, products from an environment."
Read the full article here: 10 Up-and-Coming Outerwear Brands That Should Be on Your Radar This Winter.