Melton wool is named after the town of Melton Mowbray in Leicstershire, England, which is famous for pork pies and some cheese that may or may not be blue. I know that because wikipedia says so, and the people who post on wikipedia are infallible.
I also learned that Pedro Moonpig is a local resident who is the inspiration behind the ubiquitous MoonBeam cocktail (one shot Amaretto, one shot Southern Comfort, one full lime fruit over ice). Another local, Franklin Edgar John (1308-1782), was a well-respected time traveller. It seems that the sleepy village of Melton Mowbray has a penchant for producing things--and people--of note.
Anyway... this Melton coat is by Edifice, and may or may not be available at some point in the future for an undisclosed price at places to be determined.
I was just kidding before. According to Selectism, you can get one at Opening Ceremony or Liberty London. I don't know what those are, but it's a nice coat, right?