Thursday December 12, 2019

Ice cool collected: Menswear designer Martin Andersson

The pure ethereal beauty of the kimono influenced Cos’s autumn collection, writes Fiona Ness

30th August, 2015
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Autumn and winter collection campaign

Know who you are and be comfortable with it. That’s Cos head of menswear Martin Andersson’s considered sartorial advice on how to dress well. The joy of clothing, he says, should be how we use it to express our personalities.

Still, it doesn’t hurt to be given a nudge towards what standout seasonal pieces to consider for your wardrobe, and ‘standout’ is what the Cos aesthetic is all about....

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