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I met with the two talented designers behind the Swedish brand, COS, while I was in London. We had a little chat about the brand, their inspiration and their favorites from the fall collection - meet Karin Gustafsson and Martin Andersson.

What makes COS different from other brands?

Karin: “We first of all focus on good quality at affordable prices. “

Martin:  “We want to create collections that are timeless and lasts in the wardrobe more than one season. We give the basic wardrobe essential modernity by changing the proportions or the finish. ” 

Where do you get your inspiration? 

Karin: “We attend to look towards modern art, interior design and architecture. It is all about what we have seen and experienced in that period – we always start with a blank canvas and just throw ideas on the table  we start building directions. ” 

Martin: I especially really like Bauhaus, because it’s so timeless and truly beautiful. The great thing about it is that you can see it from different eyes every season and find new things from it. It can also be buildings that we’ve seen on the streets  - the way they are positioned or a meeting between something old and new.”

What are the COS tendencies this fall? 

Karin: “We really like how the autumnal colors feel together with organic and natural materials. We also like the traditional utility wear and have given them a modern look. We also see lots of tailoring, but in a more relaxed shape by using new materials.” 

COS are famous for the Scandinavian minimalistic approach in terms of both interior and design, will that ever change? Or is that your DNA no matter how the tendencies change?  

Martin: ” There is a big interest in the Scandinavian minimalist approach towards design and I don’t think that it will ever change. We like the idea of making styles that has longevity – if you buy a coat it should last for 3 winters in stead of one and lends itself to a very simple and functional design aesthetic.”

Which items from the fall collection are your favorites?   

Karin: My favorite is a tweed wool coat in a brownish and grey color – it is oversized with collapsing tailoring” 

Martin: ” I love the flight jacket in grey boiled wool with a big teddy collar. The quality is amazing and it’s all raw cut with exposed seems.” 


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Say hello to my new bandana buddy – I’ve had my eye on this since I saw the Chanel Dallas runway show! It is not the typical classic bag, but I’ve always had a crush on this paisley print and I guess it adds something funky to my minimalistic wardrobe.

Bag from Chanel, Sunglasses from Céline at Joseph, Cardholder from Mulberry. 

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I ‘ve been so blessed with sun and amazing weather lately, which obviously makes it’s marks on both skin and hair. When you like me have blond highlights they attend to get easily bleached by the sun, which I don’t like. So either I use a hat like this one or I tie a scarf around my head and gather my hair in a small bun – also a very easy cover-up if you have a bad hair-day!

Silk scarf from Chanel, Sunglasses from Céline at Joseph, Gold necklace from Pandora. 


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Even though it’s difficult to image myself being all wrapped in knits right now, I couldn’t help craving some heavy knitting after seeing the new Céline Fall Campaign. Daria Werbowy is starring in it again for the 6th time with Jurgen Teller capturing her “loungey” poses –  a dream team, that continuesly blows my mind!

 Pictures from Fashion Gone Rouge
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I’m longing to go back to L.A. right now just going through these pictures. Here are a few of my favorite spots from over there. Even though I’m not into those major tourist places, there is something pretty special about the energy on Hollywood Boulevard – you have to go and find your favorite star!

I really like the area around Melrose Place – there are so many beautiful shops ( like The Row store I posted a few days ago) and small local coffee shops like Alfreds, which makes the best Almond milk cappuccino. There is a super cute  marked every sunday, where you can buy flowers and organic fruits and vegetables – seriously not only a treat for your eyes!

The amazing thing about L.A. is that you have the best of both worlds. There is not only great stores and restaurants, but you also have the ocean with incredible wide beaches. Venice Beach is probably the most iconic one of them, but it is also very crowded. That’s why I prefer Manhattan beach, which is less touristed and more local in a way. After spending hours in the big waves, then you have to take a stroll in the small village above – you can get some really good green juices and homemade ice-cream.

If you like me are into organic eating, then you have go for lunch at Urth Caffé. They make great salads, coffee and iced green tea – just the perfect shopping pit-stop in Melrose.

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