Cos has launched its first line of women’s activewear as part of its Spring 2020 offering.
The London-based brand has released a 15-piece collection named “Cos Active”, available to buy online now.
Cos, which launched in 2007, says all the gear is made from recycled materials and sustainably sourced fabrics.
The collection includes seamless leggings in neutral tones, sports bras, sweatproof t-shirts, outerwear, no-show socks, and a tote bag.
“We’ve designed these pieces to be complementary to our collection,” said Nicole Bischofer, head of women’s wear design at Cos.
“It’s something we want to offer customers alongside the women’s wear collection, as an extension of our already existing leisure collection. It’s important that we offer the complete wardrobe.”
Designed with practicality in mind, the range also includes a chocolate brown windbreaker constructed out of recycled polyester, a crewneck sweatshirt made from organic cotton, and leggings made from recycled nylon.
Cos says the line embraces the company ethos of timeless design and commitment to sustainable production methods.
“Active is designed to shape to the wearer’s silhouette – the integration of fit, functionality and seamless detailing combine for ease of movement,” Cos said in a statement released on Wednesday.
“Innovation is explored through hidden functionality; the sports bra uses quick-dry and compression fabrications to ensure easy, dynamic movement, while the wicking fabric of the t-shirt draws moisture away from the body.
“The bra can be worn as a set with the shorts or leggings.
“All are available in three modern colourways, always incorporating a ribbed structure for a stylish, elastic and active fit.”