COS Unveils Pared-Back Fall/Winter 2018 Lookbook

This season’s experiments come in the form of texture.

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COS returns with another set of affordable basics for Fall/Winter 2018. The brand has long been known for minimal, pared-back clothing and this season is no different. This season it has experimented with texture, using a coated sheen finish on everything from sleeveless jackets to overcoats. There’s also a selection of oversized knitwear, wide-leg trousers and lightweight down jackets.

The rest of the collection consists of the standard COS staples — minimalist shirts, rollnecks and suiting in grey worsted wool. The COS Fall/Winter 2018 collection will be available in all COS stores and online from around July this year.

In related news, Growing Pains also showcased its Fall/Winter 2018 lookbook, taking part in Tokyo’s currently ongoing fashion week.

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