MR PORTER and COS Collaborate on an Exclusive Collection

Paying homage to the ritual of getting dressed.

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Online men’s fashion retailer MR PORTER recently teamed up with COS on an exclusive collection highlighting the ritual of getting dressed. “The Art of the Everyday” collection was created with two goals in mind – the first being to fulfill the practical requirements of everyday life. The second, and perhaps most important, goal of the collection was to introduce a little luxury into everyday life. The 35-piece collection has a strong emphasis on utility being simple and versatile to take the stress out of getting dressed in the morning. “The Art of the Everyday” collection is now available at MR PORTER and at select COS locations.

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