From: COS - Thursday Sep 10, 2020 04:07 pm
COS Magazine is here!
New Perspectives: read our relaunch issue online featuring interviews with our campaign stars, COS design stories and a cultural guide to Auckland…


COS Magazine

It’s hard to believe we published our first print issue of COS Magazine in 2007. Fast forward to 2020, and the world has changed. We believe stories matter now more than ever. In the words of ballet dancer and FW20 campaign star Isaac Hernández: ‘We should always be looking for new perspectives and different ways of seeing.’

That’s why we’re welcoming back COS Magazine: each digital issue celebrates members of our global community and the ways they’re shaping our future for the better. We hope you enjoy this month’s stories.


The interview: Sharon Alexie

This month: FW20 campaign star Sharon Alexie shares her perspective on art and identity.

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Denim, forever

From recycled (and recyclable) jeans to caring and repairing, this is how to do denim now.

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The COS Catch Up podcast

Sit back and listen in as two friends from the world of contemporary culture catch up in our debut podcast series, The COS Catch Up. First up, filmmaker Akinola Davies and poet James Massiah talk about partying days gone by, favorite books and music, and life-changing moments.

Available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or your preferred podcast app.

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Street views: Auckland

New Zealand-based photographer Blake Dunlop gives a visual tour of the city he calls home.

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The interview: Isaac Hernández

From Mexico to London and beyond: the ballet dancer talks dreaming big and his mission to democratize the arts.

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Talking tailoring

COS head of menswear Christophe Copin and the team on the details that define their designs.

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