These Are Eight of the Greatest Celebrity Coats of All Time PRINCE CHARLESRiding jacketEngland, 1978The nattiest royal in his trusty waxed-cotton Barbour. Tim Graham Photo Library/GettyImages JOHN LENNONAdvanced peacoatNew York City, 1979Lennon found this fur-lined peacoat at the now defunct NYC boutique Charivari. Art Zelin/Getty Images ANDRE AGASSID.B. topcoatParis, 1990The eight-time Grand Slam champ in a très chic, très long overcoat. John Russell/Getty Images ARTIS GILMOREFur bal-collar coatChicago, 1981The best way to beat a Midwestern winter? A Hall of Famer fur. Heinz Kluetmeier/Sports Illustrated via Getty Images DAVID BOWIERaglan coatLondon, 1990Yes, even the staid topcoat can look glam. Victor Crawshaw/Getty Images RALPH LAURENFlight jacketEast Hampton, 1977The king of Americana makes a beefy shearling bomber look too easy. Susan Wood/Getty Images PHIL DANIELS AS JIMMYFishtail parka‘Quadrophenia,’ 1979Essential to the uniform of youth rebellion: a mod military parka. Ronald Grant Archive/Alamy CAM’RONPink minkNew York City, 2003The flip phone might look dated, but the pink mink makes this an iconic fit. Djamilla Rosa Cochran/WireImage A version of this story originally appeared in the October 2019 issue with the title “Legends of the Fall.” Source link Posted on October 17, 2019 Leave a comment Post navigation Second Life Podcast: Angelica NwanduBest Natural Hair Ideas From the Spring 2020 Runways Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.