COS is pleased to present the Autumn / Winter 18-19 commercial campaign by well-known photographer Viviane Sassen. The campaign is a source of inspiration, countless contradictions in the surrounding environment, such as technical elements and procedures.
Sweden’s Kivik Art Center in Österlen is not a casual choice. In fact, the features are synonymous with the outline of the collection presented for this season: Forms and contrasts of materials. Where natural horizons meet concrete creations, natural fiber cottons are combined with re-proportional garments in technical fabrics. Viviane Sassen’s artistic photography experience reinterprets the object that captured the collection. Sassen received the Dutch art prize and Prix de Rome in 2007 and 2011, and gave him the International Photography Center in New York.
Viviane Sassen’s artistic photography experience reinterprets the object that is captured the collection. The stylistic abstraction of the bodies enlightens the synergy between them and the garments of the collection, and between nature and material movements. A thermoactive jacket with a technically advanced construction in titanium gris is presented in a natural environment, depicted in a sweater, a stretch cement, in alpaca wooly sulfur bluish tones.
The London brand COS, which has been faithful to its mission for the past ten years, emphasizes the new interpretations of the classic, as well as the proposal of fashion collections characterized by high quality and inevitable wardrobe pieces. Modern design, timeless, practical and tactile. COS adopts traditional methods and innovative techniques to create sober collections that are expected to last. Embracing a time-challenging design with innovation, COS has emerged and is supported by the launch of its brand by collaborating with established artists, galleries and creative studios. COS, Serpentine Galleries, Salone del Mobile, Guggenheim New York, Frieze London and New York, Design Miami / Opening Ceremony and Porter in collaboration with Snarkitecture, Sou Fujimoto, Studio Swine, Donald Judd Foundation and AFSO / ANDRÉ FU.