Nobody does everyday attire quite like COS. The Scandinavian atelier was one of the first to master the art of the basic with every collection delivering pieces designed this season – and built to last.
Naturally, the Together Journal team tuned in to watch the COS autumn/winter 2021 show at London Fashion Week. Held at the capital’s prestigious Roundhouse, the brand’s debut show drew a starry crowd with the likes of Rashida Jones, Manny Jacinto and Jourdan Dunn taking to the front row.
The global fashion brand also tapped the likes of Jodie Turner-Smith and activist Janaya Future Khan to showcase their latest sartorial offerings.
With a focus on sustainable materials, the new line centred around statement silhouettes and modern details – crafted from a bold colour palette. We’re talking silk shirting, relaxed tailoring and the welcome return of the cargo pant.
After a series of lockdowns across Australasia, there’s a collective desire to dress up and COS certainly delivered with the model pack stepping out in refined metallics.
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There were sheer hand-crocheted dresses, lightweight knits and zipped shirts – designed to be worn late into the night. In a similar fashion, colour played a leading role in the line with cobalt blue and sunshine yellow promising to bring some fun back into our wardrobes. Finally!
Outerwear ranged from fluid overcoats to the classic trench, pieces that can be purchased at anytime of the year and dug out when the clouds blow in.
Of course, we have to make note of the accessories too. Clutches have been supersized this season and a certain yellow colourway stole the conversation over on Instagram for good reason. While the everyday handbag has also been refreshed with slouchy styles and chunky straps in the clutches of models.
As expected, the collection was achingly chic. No matter where you are in the world or what your future plans look like, there is most certainly something to add to your wish list this season from the COS autumn/winter 21 show.
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