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COS' Latest Collection Rethinks Cold-Weather Style With Bright Colors and Utilitarian Details

With a campaign starring Manny Jacinto.
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Summer has come and gone… in some parts of the world, at least. While we're stuck with hot and humid weather, the rest of the world can go on and enjoy the wonders of winter dressing and, of course, layering. But, that doesn't mean we can't join in on the fun by getting a new wardrobe for the upcoming months.

No, we're not telling you guys to pick up warm coats and thick sweaters. Rather, give lighter sweaters a chance. Not convinced? COS' latest collection should give you ideas on how give it a try along with relaxed suits, oversized trousers, and more.

Featuring streetwear and utilitarian influences, COS rethinks cold-weather style for the season. Think exposed zips and seams, statement textures and materials, and a mix of bright and earthy colors. The collection's campaign, which stars Manny Jacinto, is a good start. Take a look below.

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