This season is marked by the return of the Balmacaan Coat. The peacocks of the Pitti already showed them to us.
A balmacaan is a "loose, full overcoat with raglan sleeves, originally made of rough woolen cloth."
It is named after an estate near Inverness, Scotland, and is a single-breasted coat, often a raincoat. To decrease risk of water penetrating the coat, the number of seams is reduced by bringing the sleeve to the collar (raglan sleeves) rather than to the shoulder as usual. Since it was designed to keep the rain and wind out, the collar can be buttoned all the way up to the neck, and is usually made of tweed or gabardine.