The event will celebrate Canada Goose's longstanding relationship with the film industry and aims to reclaim the use of outdoor spaces during the colder months. Taking place on the Fifth Floor Terrace of Harvey Nichols' flagship store in London, Canada Goose is putting on five film screenings and a special family-friendly event. The films will include classics such as The Jungle Book, Edward Scissorhands and The Big Lebowski, as well as more recent titles like Spectre.
The aptly named "Out There Cinema" screenings will be held at the Harvey Nichols flagship store in London, where guests will be kitted out with Canada Goose warm-up jackets, cashmere blankets and wireless headphones. They will also be given a cinema "survival kit" and served a selection of Canadian inspired cocktails and canapes as they nestle under the stars.
The event kicks off on 31 October, with a Halloween-themed screening of Edward Scissorhands, and will run until 6 November. The family film, Despicable Me, will be shown on the last day in association with Polar Bears International, the charitable association dedicated to the worldwide conservation of the polar bear and its habitat.
Tickets will cost £25 for adults and £10 for children, the price includes access to the film screening, a cocktail and a selection of Canadian-inspired canapés created by the Harvey Nichols Fifth Floor Café team.
Book your tickets online here.
Monday 31 October (7pm) – Edward Scissor Hands
Wednesday 2 November (7pm) – The Jungle Book
Thursday 3 November (7pm) – The Big Lebowski
Friday 4 November (7pm) – Wild
Saturday 5 November (3pm) – Spectre
Sunday 6 November (3pm) – Despicable Me (Family Day Event)