Canada Goose and Reformation have teamed up to create a collection that combines the functionality and performance of Canada Goose with the vintage-inspired aesthetic of Reformation. The seven-piece collection includes reversible puffers, vests, parkas, and a headscarf, all made with recycled materials and certified under the Responsible Down Standard.
The collection is meant to be worn season after season and passed down for generations, featuring a “Loved By” label in the interior lining where the wearer can write their name and pass the garment down to friends and family when it’s time for the piece to move on. The collection is made in recycled performance satin fabric and feature vintage-style patterns and prints from Reformation, a brand known for its use of deadstock fabrics and repurposed vintage clothing.
Chief Product Officer of Canada Goose, Woody Blackford, said the collection reflects the “DNA of both brands,” and CEO of Reformation, Hali Borenstein, said their goal was to give Canada Goose’s technical design a vintage twist. The collection launched in early December, just in time for the winter ahead, and is available on both collaborators websites: Canada Goose and Reformation.