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COSSAC Launches AW17/18 ‘Retro Simplicity’ Collection

If your goal is to buy beautiful, stylish clothing that is not crazy expensive or made in a way that is detrimental another human or the environment (like what we believe), COSSAC Fashion is a great option. It is important to founder and designer Agata Kozak that her brand becomes synonymous with simplicity and sustainability. She partners with small family-owned ethical production facilities in Turkey and Spain. She works with sustainable suppliers in India and across Europe to source eco-friendly and sustainable fabrics such as organic cotton, Tencel and Modal. Kozak wants women to feel beautiful and empoweredinside and out.

For her AW17/18 collection ‘Retro Simplicity’, she wanted to create a collection with tasteful tailoring and chic color combinations that make it distinctive. This collection is sleek, minimalist, and filled with neutrals pieces essential for this season’s sustainable wardrobe that can easily be paired with items in your closet. There are tees, crop tops, and bodysuits making way for sexy, bolder pieces like a mini shift dress or a midi bodycon dress. But there are super modern pieces like a crop sweater and a vest trench coat. For me, I’m totally in love with the wrap jumpsuit. This fab jumpsuit needs to be in my closet.

For this season, I have turned to the past for inspiration,” said Agata Kozak. “But I wanted to make the retro influence more subtle, so that it is less obvious and so it could adapt to a modern context.” 

You can clearly see the role that retro fashion has played in her design direction with characteristics like bell sleeves and side slits. Lucky for us, Cossac caters to the new market of conscious fashionistas who want to look chic while adhering to their sustainable principles. You can find the brand in 25 stores across the globe or you can shop for sustainable fashion on their online store.

 

AW17/18 ‘Retro Simplicity’ Collection

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