Exigent circumstances create strange bedfellows, like the US and Pakistan...and Saudi Arabia, and Russia, and Egypt, and France. Pretty much everybody. Now, two nations unite to fight the sinister dearth of fashionable yet sensible cold-weather gear, with Wings + Horns
Wings' holiday line boasts super-soft slim-fitting takes on classic winter-wear, all dreamed up by a Vancouver-based design team hailing from both Canada and Japan over a long dinner of tempoutine. The toastiness starts with a winter-weight take on their signature full-zip, lined tiger fleece hoody; 85% cotton/15% cashmere long sleeve tees (a gray/charcoal raglan baseball number w/ button chest pocket; a crew in charcoal or blue w/ subtly detailed hem & cuffs); blue, gray, and red flannels with a zipper/button dual closure; and a button-tab collar chambray work shirt, because nothing says "back to the salt mines" like chambray. On the outerwear tip there's a quilted chambray/PrimaLoft* lined shirt-collar jacket (plus a same-styled 5-button vest); a Melton wool MK2 field jacket w/ four out-sized flap pockets, flared collar and epaulets; as well as a handmade fisherman-style heavy gauge knit sweater in 100% virgin wool, sure to be called a stuck-up prude by your sluttier sweaters
Wings also gives head (a diamond knit beanie), neck (a thermal scarf), and foot, via black leather, rubber-padded high-tops equipped with a practical side zip for easy entry, just like Pakistan!