The collection consists of two jackets — one for men and one for women — as well as a cap. The men’s Foxe Bomber boasts an outer satin shell with nylon lining. Chrome Riri zippers complement the predominantly black garb, while the shearling collar is in turn removable. Each piece is individually numbered, with 300 units becoming available.The women’s Chilliwack also notes satin and nylon construction as well as chrome zippers. A two-way adjustable tunnel hood will keep you warm during the colder months, while dual back straps add another element of detailing and functionality. This jacket is also limited to 300 units.

Finally, the satin ball cap features an adjustable rear strap and gold OVO embroidery on the left side and is limited to 150 units.OVO and Canada Goose’s Winter 2015 capsule arrives on October 22 at noon through OVO’s Toronto flagship.To check out OVO’s Fall/Winter 2015 lookbook, follow here.Utilizing the three styles he reworked in the original release – a Vest, a Snorkel Bomber, and a thigh-length Expedition Jacket – Yuketen/Monitaly designer Yuki Matsuda extends his Canada Goose collaboration into the FW10 season. For the new release, Yuki offers a selection of colorful wool and herringbone options with his characteristic exposed snaps and zippers. Available this winter at a select few Canada Goose retailers.

Have a closer look at the Yuki Matsuda for Canada Goose Collection after the jump.There’s something romantic about crackling firewood, but that doesn’t mean you need to have burning wood to get the ambience, Cotnam says. Many homeowners are now leaning toward gas fireplaces for their push-button ease of use.“The technology has come a long way in terms of flame realism,” says Cotnam. “We now have gas fireplaces with simulated logs.”