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If there's anywhere you need what new fashion label I Dream Of Wires is calling "stylish luxury wetwear" it is in the rainy U.K. Founded by stylists Lou Winwood and Pete Voss the label has already attracted the attention of Marina and the Diamonds, Paloma Faith, Jaime Winston and Lady GaGa.

The Great Cape is lightweight so it can be folded up and kept in your bag whether you're in the soggy city or venturing out to a festival. It's made of Rip-Stop nylon in black with a shining gold hood and sleeves, so you won't get lost in a crowd.

As you can see, the brand draws influence from '80s and '90s night life, "rock 'n' roll insensibility" and eye-popping sports luxe. They say "the Great Cape's sleek lines, sculpted oversized hood and voluminous aplomb, makes it a modern techno version of a glamourous '50s opera cape. Unlined, it's a perfect cover over summer clothes to protect against light rain and wind."

It is available in one size fits all for £110.00 on idreamofwires.co.uk. Are you going to be snatching it up? Vote yay or nay in our poll below.