Kendall Jenner's Fur Coat Line Screams 'I'm a Millionaire'

With a "quiet luxury" aesthetic taking over the fashion world in 2023, you'd think that once the temperatures turn colder, unisex pea coats and wool-blend shawls would start to trend. While the timeless "Old Money" trench coat dominates fall, the fashion pendulum has officially swung in the opposite (luxury) direction.

Thanks in part to TikTok's currently popular "gangster wives" aesthetic, A-list stars are ditching elevated basics in favor of fancier outerwear this winter. Are those extravagant hats leading the luxury wave? Great fur coat.

Furry tops have been a red carpet staple for generations (they were the focus of some of Marilyn Monroe's most famous looks). After taking a backseat in recent decades, long styles have once again become a sought-after style that symbolizes wealth and opulence. The more Carmela Soprano codes, the better.

Kendall Jenner is leading the trend in 2023, wearing furry coats of varying lengths throughout December (which in turn inspired her sister Kourtney Kardashian). Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Beyoncé and more have also introduced their own styles, effectively cementing vintage fur as a dominant trend this season. And this look is growing in popularity.

Kendall Jenner's fur obsession

Once fall arrives, Jenner declares herself a fur lover. Last October, she was photographed by paparazzi wearing a Bottega Veneta mint green belted coat while having dinner in West Hollywood.

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Jenner kicked off her minimalist era with this dramatic piece, a shocking departure from her typically understated aesthetic. During a trip to Aspen in December, the model wore fur styles on nearly every walk in the snow.

The most eye-catching look is undoubtedly Phoebe Philo's chocolate brown belt design. It's suitable for millionaires and retails for a whopping $27,000.

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The most recent iteration is a cropped style in faux off-white from Alo ($348, still available for those interested). Wearing black leather gloves and a gold hug, Jenner posed in front of a snowy Aspen landscape.

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Kourtney Kardashian's Christmas look

Kourtney Kardashian seemed so inspired by her sister's recent fur style that she styled a black version for the family's famous Christmas Eve party. With barely anything else underneath — just a black jumpsuit and leggings — the coat is 99 percent of Kardashian's wardrobe.

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“Stealth Wealth” Officially Ended

The Kardashians/Jenners aren't the only celebrities leaning into extravagant looks. In recent weeks, the top A-list stars have been stepping out in fur.

Dua Lipa and Taylor Swift recently designed their own plush coats. Like Kardashian, they both opted for long black dresses paired with black maxi skirts.

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Hailey Bieber and Rihanna also lean into this aesthetic, favoring brightly colored fuzz. Rihanna celebrates the launch of her Fenty x PUMA collection, crafted in fluffy lavender fur. She paired it with a vintage quilted Chanel bomber jacket and new matching sneakers.

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Just days before meeting Jenner in Colorado, Bieber donned a fiery red Ferragamo gown. She paired it with a metallic ruby ​​mini dress and matching red lip for the Rhode Skin Holiday Office Party.

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The list doesn't end there: Beyoncé is also a fan of the OTT trend . She went for the popular "no pants look" for a date night with Jay-Z, pairing a gray fur coat with her $3,000 sequined underwear.

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Fashion girls, wake up: Faux fur is back.