After dropping acid yellow tones and metallic outerwear for FW18, Swedish brand COS delivers a preview of its SS19 offerings with an official campaign captured by British photographer Mark Borthwick.

Borthwick's signature aesthetic of minimal and crisp photography, yet somewhat emphasizing its color saturation, is reflected with the brand's featured offerings, as well as its overall pieces with timeless and versatile styles that are designed to make up the foundation of a modern wardrobe. In addition, the featured editorial above spotlights Lake Plastiras in Greece, and explores the theme of light. The silhouettes' dark and neutral color palette are juxtaposed elegantly against the serene backdrop.

If you like what you see, the SS19 collection will be available on COS beginning April 17. Head on over to COS for more info.

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