I gather this forum is not much into hooded leather jackets but I picked up one recently that I thought was pretty good, so here are some pics. It's from a japanese brand called Gene par Yukio Mishiba. It's made from deerskin, and is very soft. It has some distressing which looks a lot more extreme in the pics - the actual jacket looks much darker in real life so the distressing comes off a bit more subtle (see last two pics).
And one pic of my own, showing it zipped all the way up. I think the silhouette when zipped is kinda cool.. collar is edgier than a standard jacket IMO but not as crazy as those jut-neck designs..
Gotten several compliments already on this jacket. And it was a (relative) bargain.. got it from the247.it for 362 euros + 50 euros shiping (ouch) = ~US$550. Their list price was 1207 euros. The construction quality seems pretty high, although it is made in Korea and the lining is poly, not cupro or silk.