COS X HAY Interior Collection

I have always been a fan of COS clothing. Their minimal designs and contemporary tailoring really add to their modern vibe. 

However, since buying our first home four years ago, my love of fashion has evolved and become more of a passion for all things design related.

That is why I was so thrilled to hear that COS creative director Karin Gustafsson and Head of Menswear design Martin Andersson have handpicked items from the HAY interior range to offer an extended collection of lifestyle and homeware items. 

Together, they want to deliver a curated collection of lifestyle essentials and pieces which are inspired by the world of art, design, architecture and furniture. Take a look at these minimal yet decadent pieces, which really reflect the essence of Scandinavian design.

The edited collection explores the essence of work, live and dine with the reinvention of everyday items into crafted, considered and desirable objects. A palette of neutral autumnal tones in crimson, forest green and ochre are offset with touches of iridescence, blonde wood and smoked glass.

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The Autumn/Winter campaign was shot on location in London and explores the functionality of everyday objects in the living environment alongside the COS Autumn/Winter 2016 clothing collection. The lifestyle collection definitely mirrors the clothing line. Both feature the same stunning contemporary minimal yet lavish design.

The collection is available to shop from online from late August.

Are you tempted to make a purchase? I know I am.

x S

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