This gold anorak is the most original we have seen in a long time and is about to sell out


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Definitely the feathers has become a staple of the fund winter wardrobe when it comes to coats. A practical and functional piece that even in its ultralight version has become so popular that we have already attended the battle between low cost firms for launching the most affordable. Especially in a season that has surrendered to quilted effect, both in luxury firms and in clones that have emerged in its wake and that have caused the technique to jump even to the accessories.

With this waste of imagination as a common thread, originality has taken the reins to also turn the down anorak into an object of fashion desire, adding to its utilitarian side a twist in which design has a lot to say.

This is the case of the last finding we have made in Benetton. The Italian firm already had us used to garments in which eccentricity and fun shone above all, a philosophy that has grown even more since it came to the creative direction Jean-Charles de Castelbajac just over a year ago. The French designer has been able to give his particular iconoclastic vision to the garments that make up the fall / winter 2020-21 collection, among which this fascinating down jacket stands out.

Many things stand out in this design, the first of which is unequivocally the metallic finish what’s wrong with it. It is made of a powerful shiny fabric Golden. But it does not stop there because if we look a little more we can discover that the cushioning effect is achieved as a result of the application of small Teddy bears distributed throughout the front.

Detail of the Benetton anorak in which you can see the teddy bears that give it volume.

Detail of the Benetton anorak in which you can see the teddy bears that give it volume.

And although it is not a garment for every day or for all styles, it is not as difficult to combine as it seems. To the case, the black look with which it is presented in the image of the brand. Also from Benetton they confirm that the anorak padding is authentic down with certificate Responsible Down Standard (RDS), which guarantees that the feathers used come from ducks and geese raised for food purposes respecting the principles of animal welfare.

Little more needs to be said to confirm that we are facing one of the most special winter garments, with such a viral impact that on its website it is about to run out -only the last units in size S are now available-. And that costs 700 euros.


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