The family-run Harris Wharf London company was launched in 2008 by Giulia Acchiardi. Taking inspiration from London's innovative, luxurious and contemporary sense of style, the brand has firmly established itself on the international fashion marketplace with high quality fabrics and traditional Italian manufacturing techniques. Drawing upon familial crafting roots, the legendary label focuses on sharp cuts and a remarkable price-to-quality ratio. Harris Wharf London coats are understated in style yet rich in timeless detail. Pared-down silhouettes fit seamlessly into hardwearing wardrobes, with boxy overcoats, classic trenches, cocoon shapes and double-breasted wool designs injecting premium comfort.
The Harris Wharf London Coats Buying Guide
Harris Wharf London fuses timeless cuts with high-quality fabrics to produce a line of perennially sophisticated coats. Using traditional Italian manufacturing techniques, each piece exudes an air of understated style rich in refined detailing, from precision-cut notched lapels to sleek concealed fastenings. The collection showcases the brand’s breadth of styles, including pared-down silhouettes, sharply tailored designs and comfortable cocoon shapes––all crafted using premium wools, soft alpaca blends or lightweight cottons. Take a look at our Harris Wharf London buying guide to find your ideal style and size.
The Most Wanted Harris Wharf London Coats
Harris Wharf London Felted Wool Coat
Clean lines and a lightweight, unlined cut make this piece a must-have for trans-seasonal days. It’s crafted in the brand’s premium virgin wool, that’s felted for added softness and subtle drape. The coat has a slight androgynous appeal with notched lapels and large buttons, yet feels utterly feminine when draped over a skirt and heels.
Harris Wharf London Boiled Wool Blanket Coat
Considered an essential by the brand, the Harris Wharf Blanket coat is feminine tailoring at its finest. Using smooth boiled wool, the coat wraps around the body, tying in the middle for a waist-defining finish. Impeccably cut, the jacket offers multiple styling options, from an open waterfall front to a draped, shawl-like neckline.
Harris Wharf London Double Layer Coat
Harris Wharf London reimagines the classic trench coat in premium materials for luxuriously elegant wear. Smooth, unlined virgin wool comes together with traditional trench detailing –– from storm flaps to epaulettes –– to form a softly draped design that ticks all the boxes for statement appeal.
The Harris Wharf Sizing Guide
Harris Wharf London coats generally fit true to size. Some coats are specially designed to have oversized fits, like the Harris Wharf Cocoon Wool Coat, so it’s worth checking the fit comments on each product to get an idea of how it may look on.
This chart translates the brand’s original Italian sizing into European, UK and US sizes. If you usually wear a size 10 in the UK, then you will need to select your Harris Wharf London coat in a size 42.
- How do I wash my Harris Wharf London coat?
All Harris Wharf London coats, whether cut from pure virgin wool or a cotton-blend, are dry clean only. This ensures the fabric stays looking and feeling newer for longer and helps to keep the garment in shape.
- Where are Harris Wharf London coats made?
Harris Wharf London coats are made in Italy. The sibling duo behind the brand, Giulia and Aldo Acchiardi, design each collection from their East London studio before the coats are produced in Turin, in what used to be their great grandfather’s glove-making factory.
- Is Harris Wharf London a sustainable brand?
The brand minimizes fabric wastage by using sophisticated cutting systems that allow them to maximise the efficiency of fabric consumption. Any leftover fabrics are given to external companies for recycling into new fibres. Harris Wharf London also produces garments on a made-to-order basis, meaning there is no leftover stock.