Canada Goose is working on a great winter jacket with Salehe Bembury

Salehe Bembury leaves his fingerprint on everything he touches. To cap off the designer’s most successful year to date, Bembury took instagram this week to tease a Canada Goose collaboration that keeps people guessing.

Mop up the competition — The post, which leaves a lot to the imagination, features a mysterious Bembury in a muted olive winter coat with the hood up. Dark gray panels are sewn on the shoulder and along the chest, while the rest of the jacket is accented with silver and black hardware.

The hood stands out the most, lined with a lighter gray microfiber fabric – replacing Canada Goose’s traditional fur lining – and secured with an adjustable elastic tab. All in all, the earth-toned jacket from Bembury and Canada Goose seems to add well to any winter outerwear rotation.

Bembury’s hooded creation, which slightly resembles a mop or household duster, could be attributed to Canada Goose’s initiative to stop using real animal fur in 2022. The designer is known to go further in its collaborations, as evidenced by its New Balance 574s and 2002Rs and Pollex Crocs, the jacket therefore lives up to its creative potential.

If we’ve learned anything by now, it’s that Bembury knows how to make waves and crash servers with its releases. He didn’t include any logistical information beyond his name and Canada Goose’s (the latter hasn’t even posted on Instagram yet), but it’s safe to assume that the upcoming collab will be hard to come by. If you missed the Pollex Crocs, this might be your chance for redemption. Or not.