Marking its 10th anniversary, Vancouver’s wings + horns has unveiled the lookbook for the brand’s Fall/Winter 2014 “Polar Night” collection. The unifying theme here is a design inspiration emanating from the Canadian North, which translates into durable, simple, utilitarian clothing, built with warm fabrics engineered to beat the elements. Two of those new fabrics take the form of Cabin Fleece and Dusk Stripe terry, the former used on a hoodie, crewneck and sweatpant, while the latter is executed on a blazer, shirt jacket and the lining of a suede bomber. A nod to the 10th anniversary of wings+horns comes courtesy of the Bunker Jacket, drawn from the brand’s archive and constructed from double-faced DWR material. Additional standouts include cotton/cashmere basics, overdyed flannel shirts and a combat quilted Primaloft vest and jacket, all finished in a subdued color palette of Evergreen, Charcoal and Petroleum Blue. Check out the rest of the lookbook below.