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Brace yourself for the elements with the COS Winter collection. Protective outer layers, cocooning silhouettes, rich textures to welcome the temperature drop in style.


Hyper-versatile outerwear for every eventuality. From a feather-filled 100% recycled nylon puffer updated with a fleece lining for weightless insulation to an oversized herringbone coat to maximise winter layers, these investment pieces come with interest.

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Corduroy suits not only evoke cool-guy smarts but are much less likely to crease, making them a smart choice for a man that travels – or wants to stand out from the crowd. Wear them as separates or double up with a coordinating blazer and trousers to earn winter-trend kudos.

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Winter knitwear requires a two-way styling approach: colour coordinate a fine turtleneck jumper with an extra-warm double-faced wool and cashmere cardigan in neutral hues, or opt for a statement chunky base layer in a reimagined cable pattern. Which will you choose?

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Get to know this season’s most directional prints and patterns from COS. Offset winter neutrals with our modern check, updated with vibrant arctic blue or opt for something more abstract with a tonal-grey floral motif.

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Overshirts are the ultimate in feel-good function. This essential layer has been updated for now in an ultra-warm, plush teddy fleece, as well as soft, supple leather for smarter days.

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Meet the loyal companions to your winter wardrobe. This season, fuzzy and functional alpaca and pure cashmere scarves rive oversized to bundle at your pleasure and merino wool beanies come in many colours to accent any outfit.

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