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This New Outerwear Brand Made F*cking Perfect Spring Jackets

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New outerwear brand The Arrivals launches its second collection today, a range of transitional coats and jackets devised for unpredictable spring weather that is aptly titled The Thaw. Designed by self-proclaimed "industry outsiders"—the brand's creative director comes from the architecture field—the pieces balance form with function in an eye-catching (and wallet-opening) way. Take, for instance, a jean jacket silhouette reimagined in pink suede that's been treated to be waterproof, or a classic trench shape with a well-disguised zipper at the hip, allowing it to live in its extended state as an elegant, knee-length coat with the ability to transform into a sporty, shorter jacket. Other highlights include non-stretch denim jackets, a breathable twill duster with removable sleeves, and what is possibly the perfect leather moto style (that won't run you a grand). Prices range from $185 to $685, with most pieces under $300. Have a look at all of the new styles in the gallery above, and shop them here.