The big-busted bra shopping guide
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What’s new at Ikea this month? Lamps with speakers, air purifiers and designer vases
What’s new at Ikea this month? Lamps with speakers, air purifiers and designer vases

Megan Burns

12 puffer coats we love that AREN’T black North Face jackets
12 puffer coats we love that AREN’T black North Face jackets

Sarah Finnan

An expert upcycler shares how her online community provides constant inspiration
An expert upcycler shares how her online community provides constant inspiration

Megan Burns

21 inspiring journaling prompts to help you get started
21 inspiring journaling prompts to help you get started

Shayna Sappington

I feel safer out walking at night with a vulnerable baby than without. Here’s why
I feel safer out walking at night with a vulnerable baby than without. Here’s why

Dr Clare Moriarty

Lucy Watson’s vegan pad Thai is the perfect weekend dinner
Lucy Watson’s vegan pad Thai is the perfect weekend dinner

Meg Walker

7 stylish sherpa and faux fur finds that will keep you cosy through winter
7 stylish sherpa and faux fur finds that will keep you cosy through winter

Shayna Sappington

Greg O’Shea on his new fitness app and why ‘you need to fill your own glass first’ 
Greg O’Shea on his new fitness app and why ‘you need to fill your own...

Sarah Finnan

What do women do now?
What do women do now?

Sinead Brady

Image / Fashion

COS Exclusive


By IMAGE
13th Feb 2014

Since launching in 2007 minimal stalwarts COS have been publishing a critically acclaimed magazine to accompany each fashion season, and this Spring/Summer is no different. We’ve been quite the layout fangirls for some time now – with last year’s copper emboss sparking typography envy here at IMAGE HQ. The theme of the upcoming biannual publication is the thrill of the new and what we’ve seen so far indicates the clean lines we’ve come to expect from the Collection of Style are here to stay with an added dash of WASPish sensibility. Also, we’ve been promised interviews with the Turner-nominated artist Tino Seghal and actress and screenwriter Miranda July… Not too shabby.

The magazine will be available online and in BT2 in the coming days. In the interim we’ve got some exclusive shots above for your perusing pleasure.

Also stay tuned for some London Fashion Week news that we’re dying to share…

Jeanne Sutton @jeannedesutun