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 The holidays are a time for snuggling in front of a crackling fire, but with so many parties to attend, you may just have to venture out into a snowy winter night. Fashion can go out the window in an effort to stay warm, with a puffy down coat hiding a fabulous party outfit. However, there are apparel alternatives that retain heat, while looking great. For a sizzling hot holiday look that keeps you toasty on freezing cold days, there is nothing better than wool, faux fur, or leather outerwear.

 

 

Wool Outerwear

While it may not be stylish to wear layers of cozy wool sweaters to a formal event, partygoers can still benefit from the wonderful warmth of this natural fiber. The right wool coat creates a great first impression when arriving at a holiday party.

Wool Cocoon Coat

To keep crisp winds at bay, a wool cocoon coat is the perfect option. This mid-length coat is loose fitting, so it's roomy enough to slip comfortably over any party outfit. However, it is not entirely unstructured, as it gives definition to the shoulders and arms to provide a flattering silhouette. Wearing a belt shows off an hourglass figure and enhances the sensual look of this wool coat.

Full-Length Wool Coat

When wearing a dazzling, yet delicate cocktail dress to a holiday party, a full-length wool coat keeps the legs protected from chills. A pastel color looks stunning on snowy days, and according to dating website Match.com, dusky pink is a color that men find most alluring. A funnel neckline offers even more protection from the cold and has a chic runway look.

 

Faux Fur Outerwear

Just looking at a faux fur coat creates a warm, fuzzy feeling, and wearing the garment is an even greater delight. A wide collar or high neckline makes this coat ideal for winter. There are so many cuts and styles available that it may be hard to pick just one. A short faux fur jacket is a glamorous style beloved by movie stars of the golden era and it looks smart with a full-length evening gown. A luxurious long faux fur coat keeps the whole body warm. For blustery winter days, a fur-trimmed hood is perfect for protecting the head, especially the party hairdo that took hours to perfect.

 

Leather Outerwear

There are not many materials that look hotter than leather, which makes it perfect for holiday outerwear. For those wearing pants to a party, all they need to keep the upper body warm is an edgy, cropped leather jacket for a look that is both sexy and smart. These jackets come in a range of styles and lengths, so for the most flattering appearance, shoppers should choose leather jackets that match their body shape:

  • Apple or inverted triangle: hip length jacket
  • Pear: jacket above the hip
  • Rectangle: lots of details, such as buckles, studs, and zippers
  • Hourglass: strong vertical details, such as zippers

A longer leather coat may be sleek and dramatic; however, to avoid a Neo from "The Matrix" look, it is a good idea to wear a slim cut. Partygoers should also consider a deep winter color, such as maroon or forest green, rather than standard black.

 

How to Buy Hot Holiday Outerwear for Freezing Cold Days on eBay

If you need foxy holiday outerwear that looks great while keeping you warm on freezing cold days, you can find a wealth of options from sellers on eBay. Use the handy search tool on any page to enter keywords, such as "faux fur coat" or "leather jacket," and browse the list of results. Read the item description and view the photos to get a better idea of what is on offer. Then you can head off to your holiday party no matter what the weather and arrive in irresistible style.


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FRANCESCA AMFITHEATROF AT THE TIFFANY SPACE IN LONDON’S DOVER STREET MARKET CREDIT: TOBY COULSON

It’s the name that conjures up the sheer glamour of diamonds, New York, Audrey Hepburn… Now Francesca Amfitheatrof has brought pieces from Tiffany’s archive out of retirement for the house’s first-ever fashion collaboration.

There are few women whose heart wouldn’t skip a beat at the sight of a duck-egg blue box with a perfectly tied white ribbon bow. Whether what lies within is a cluster of twinkling diamonds or a simple silver pendant, the recipient is immediately swept up in the romance and history of one of the world’s most famous jewellers.

It was Charles Lewis Tiffany, aka the ‘King of Diamonds’, who saw the opportunity to buy gems in exchange for from aristocrats who were fleeing political upheaval in France and in need of cash. Tiffany’sempire grew as he became the man to whom America’s newly minted elite flocked when they wanted to treat themselves. Today, Tiffany has expanded from a single shop in New York to 300 stores across the world.

The gleaming flagship on Fifth Avenue is an institution, a destination for eyeing up fantastical creations and beautifully refined everyday pieces, as well as the world-famous yellow Tiffany diamond, which the company acquired in 1879 and has been worn only twice – once to a ball in the 1950s and later by Audrey Hepburn to promote Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

The woman responsible for refracting the heritage of Tiffany through a 21st-century lens is design director Francesca Amfitheatrof. Her idea of Tiffany style today is inspired by elegant women who have come to typify the Tiffany ‘look’ over the past 50 years.

‘You can see it in the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s. You can see it inJacqueline Kennedy, especially that photograph where she’s wearing a T-shirt, jeans, no bra and just a single Tiffany bracelet,’ says Amfitheatrof. ‘I mean, that is so Tiffany style. Just one and you’re done…’ She trails off, before adding, ‘It’s partly in me as well.’


Audrey Hepburn with George Peppard in Breakfast at Tiffany’s CREDIT: GETTY

Part-Italian, part-Russian (the origins of that majestic surname), part-American, Amfitheatrof is slight with a refined, gamine profile and spirited doe-eyes that make comparisons with Audrey Hepburn almost inevitable.

Timeless simplicity and elegance, coupled with an easy wit and charm are the Tiffany codes that Amfitheatrof has been extolling and reimagining since she joined in September 2013, relocating from east London to New York with her husband, Ben, and two young children, Nikolai and Stella-May.

We’re meeting today at the avant-garde London concept store Dover Street Market for the unveiling of Tiffany’s first-ever collaboration. Given that collaborations have become two-a-penny in the world of fashion and jewellery, the fact that this is the brand’s first really is quite something.


The out of retirement collection: the collection is available in store only at Dover Street Market in London, New York and Tokyo

The appealing point of difference of the collection, called ‘Out of Retirement’, is that it is pure, unadulterated Tiffany, imbued with all the easy glamour and playfulness that legions of fans have come to know and adore.
The 18-piece collection revives and reinterprets classics from as far back as the 1940s.

There are trinkets that represent the sense of humour and tongue-in-cheek approach that has always been a big part of Tiffany’s gifts and objects offering. For instance, a gold money clip, first created in 1942, comes in the shape of a dollar sign, while a 2003 silver puzzle is intended to take pride of place on the desk of ‘the man who has everything’.

There’s proof that life’s mundanities have long been elevated by the magical Tiffany touch with a silver ring for clasping trousers as you cycle, which was originally conceived in 1971. The iconic silver party hat and miniature trumpet that were introduced to celebrate the millennium are also back, just in time for the festive season.

‘Elsa Peretti’s jewellery is as fresh today as it was when she designed it 25 years ago’
 

Then, of course, there’s the jewellery, which is tweaked from Tiffany’s signature sculptural 1970s pieces. Amfitheatrof has adapted two sets of bold cubist cufflinks into 18ct-gold earrings; one pair is dotted with a square of pavé diamonds while a single diamond and vividly deep emerald-like tsavorite stone embellishes the other.

There are two chunky, almost architectural, knuckleduster rings in solid 18ct-gold, which are like works of modern art for the fingers but also unfussy enough to wear every day. As we speak, a pair of interlocked bangles, one in gold, the other in deep rosewood, jangle on Amfitheatrof’s wrist, ‘I’ve been wearing this for a month so it’s gone beautifully dark,’ she tells me, holding it up for comparison against the display version. ‘It was originally in agate, but I changed it to wood, which just feels so much more modern.’

The name Out of Retirement refers to a unique and rather lovely Tiffany philosophy where ‘we treat jewellery like people’, so instead of just discontinuing a piece, it is rather genteelly retired. This is the first time that Tiffany has played with an idea that musicians and sporting heroes have been taking advantage of for years; once you retire, it simply means the world is waiting for a comeback.


Elsa Peretti in 1977 CREDIT: GETTY

The idea emerged from Amfitheatrof’s chats with Dale, a ‘phenomenal lady’ who has worked at Tiffany for countless years. She came to New York just after her 21st birthday as a Tiffany obsessive, set on landing a job with the company. She had been given a single share in her beloved jewellers as a birthday present from her parents.

Dale is now responsible for looking after the Tiffany diamond, and is a bit of an institution herself. ‘She’s ageless and priceless,’ Amfitheatrof laughs. If there was anyone who could combine the incisive insight of an insider with the pure adoration of a lifelong fan, Dale was the woman.

‘The way that she described the emotion of the brand and how it was such a place to go in New York – I loved the idea of bringing that back,’ Amfitheatrof explains. It was also Dale who dropped in the romantic, old-school terminology, such as Tiffany being ‘a purveyor of fancy goods’ and ‘retiring’ pieces, which has inspired this latest project.


Tiffany’s celebrated yellow diamond in a necklace setting

Before coming to Tiffany, Amfitheatrof, 44, had worked for 20 years across the worlds of jewellery, art and design. She co-launched the art agency RS&A, created jewellery for Chanel, Fendi and Marni, curated exhibitions at Museo Gucci, took major modern artists such as Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst to Seoul, designed furniture for Alessi and developed fragrances for private clients.

While she is first and foremost at Tiffany to create jewellery, Amfitheatrof’s curatorial skills are helping to unlock wonderful stories from the company’s history and tell them in new ways. Out of Retirement, for instance, is being shown in surreal installations inspired by Gene Moore, the window dressing ‘legend’ who created Tiffany displays from 1955 until his retirement in 1994.

They were ‘such a cult thing that people would stumble out of Studio 54 and go up to see Gene doing his windows at the store,’ says Amfitheatrof. It’s Elsa Peretti, though, the designer who created an elegantly abstract and perfectly simple aesthetic after joining Tiffany in 1974, who has made the biggest impression on Amfitheatrof.


Tiffany’s Fifth Avenue store in the early days

Peretti is responsible for many of the pieces that you might be hoping to find under the Christmas tree this year: the sensually modern open-heart necklace, the abstract bean that appears on delicate silver necklaces and refined drop earrings, or the pared-back single stone on a delicate chain.

Amfitheatrof was studying jewellery design at Central Saint Martins in London during Peretti’s heyday at Tiffany; the Italian’s work became her ‘biggest obsession’. In proper fangirl mode, Amfitheatrof remembers that ‘she was the one person you could identify yourself with’ as someone who eschewed piling diamonds on to everything in favour of a pure approach that was about silverwork and silhouette.

‘She changed the way people wore jewellery. Elsa was a true inspiration and bit of a god for me.’ It’s an ongoing love affair. ‘Her jewellery is as fresh today as it was when she designed it 25 years ago.’ If Peretti’s fresh attitude transformed what Tiffany dreams were made of back then, it’s Amfitheatrof’s instinct for what women want from their jewellery that is creating a buzz around Tiffany now.


Bracelet (£2,525) and cuff (£6,925) from the T Collection (tiffany.co.uk)

She has introduced T, a collection she describes as ‘modern but also timeless’. There are clean-lined bangles, art deco-like hoops and understated necklaces, all with a recurring angular T motif, readily identifiable to those in the know.

The gold chain necklace Amfitheatrof is wearing today is a perfect example of the subtle engineering that she has made sure is imbued in every piece. To the onlooker it’s cool and bold (part of the reason that the collection has so quickly gained classic status), but there’s more to it than that. ‘We’ve made it so fluid, it will never kink,’ Amfitheatrof explains. ‘It’s made to feel good on your body so that it becomes part of you.’

And who wouldn’t want a little part of themselves to be made of Tiffany?
 


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