Co Fashion for Women
Co's sweater is detailed with an oversized sailor-inspired collar. Designed in a pretty baby-blue, this slim-fitting piece is made from a luxurious wool and cashmere-blend and framed by ribbed trims. Wear it with pants and mules.
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Multicoloured silk blend kimono sleeve wrap maxi dress from Co featuring a v-neck, a wrap waist, a floral print, a long length and three-quarter length kimono sleeves.
Cut from Japanese-sourced crepe, Co's skirt has neatly pressed pleats and gently sways as you walk. Tonal dressing is a big trend right now, so why not style it with the coordinating top and a pair of white heels for contrast? -- Magenta crepe - Concealed zip fastening along side - 82% triacetate, 18% polyester - Dry clean
We are constantly inspired by the beauty and grace of nature, says Co of its Pre-Fall '17 collection. Made from Japanese cotton, this dress is cut with voluminous sleeves reminiscent of mid-century designs seen in photographs by Irving Penn. It has an internal bustier that lends structure and eliminates the need for additional underpinning.
Co's twill skirt is defined by its intricate embroidered floral motifs. Embodying the brand's feminine and sophisticated spirit, it has an A-line silhouette and hits just below the knee making it perfect for any occasion. Mirror the label's Resort '18 campaign and wear it with the matching peplum top to your next evening event.
The humble cardigan is experiencing a renaissance, and we love this cozy version by Co. Spun from a blend of alpaca, cotton and wool for an ultra-soft handle, it has deep-set pockets and ribbed cuffs to subtly define its loose shape. Slip it on when you need an extra layer, over everything from midi dresses to jeans and a tee.
Co's Stephanie Danan says her background in film is essential to how she works as a fashion designer – along with co-founder and partner Justin, they carefully consider the story of each piece and how it will fit into a woman's wardrobe. Spun from the softest merino wool, this ivory sweater is cut for a slightly loose fit and has a flouncy peplum hem. Wear yours with tailored pants or jeans, depending on the occasion.
Co's designs are always easy to incorporate into everyday outfits and this top is no different. Made from slub silk-blend, it has an open rugby collar and exaggerated ruffled sleeves that add a considered flourish - voluminous silhouettes are a brand signature. Wear yours with denim.
Co is one of those labels with a definite aesthetic - each collection includes elements of ease and polish, femininity and practicality, and is always characterized by fine fabrics, it says. Cut from crisp cotton that holds its shape, this black midi dress has a flattering V-neckline and useful oversized patch pockets. The fullness of the skirt creates graceful movement.
For Co's Resort '18 collection, Stephanie Danan and Justin Kern are inspired by the sweeping traditional Chinese styles in the film In the Mood for Love . Made from glossy crepe de chine, this maxi dress has feminine plissé trims and a self-tie belt to temper its volume. Style yours for evening with mules and sculptural accessories.
For Resort '18, Co draws inspiration from styles worn in Wong Kar-wai's film In the Mood for Love . Made from crisp cotton-poplin, this blouse is cut for a loose fit and has a drawstring along its folded collar that can be undone and worn off-the-shoulder. Try yours tucked-into culottes.
Co's top is crafted from Japanese-sourced crepe in vibrant magenta - a key shade in the brand's Resort '18 color story. It's trimmed with pleated ruffles that elegantly frame your shoulders and accentuate the plunging neckline. Go top-to-toe by tucking it into the matching skirt and finish with white mules for a chic contrast.
Co's crepe de chine blouse is beautifully detailed with a ruffle-trimmed mandarin collar - a subtle nod to the costumes featured in the 2001 film In the Mood for Love . Blended with a touch of stretch, this style has a loose fit and fluid wide sleeves. Wear yours with slim-leg pants and mules.
Co's dress is an elegant choice for dinner parties or special events. Cut from Japanese-sourced crepe in a striking magenta hue, this piece has a flattering A-line silhouette accented by the neatly pleated skirt and ruffled trims. Style the attached ties over your shoulder or gently knot them into a bow.
We first spotted Co's top at the brand's Resort '18 presentation at Spring Place in New York City. This style is made from Italian-sourced embroidered twill that beautifully holds its peplum shape and has a flattering V-neckline. Pair it with the matching skirt or wide-leg pants.
The feminine prints that drive Co's Resort '18 collection are inspired by the film In the Mood for Love . Made from fluid silk crepe de chine, this top is lightly gathered to add definition to the loose fit and exaggerated bell sleeves. Contrast the muted hues of the 'Chrysanthemum' motif with dark-wash jeans.
We first spotted Co's sweater at the label's Resort '18 presentation in New York members' club, Spring Place – the vintage decor really complemented the '40s-inspired designs. Spun from a extra-fine alpaca-blend, it has a high neckline and flouncy ruffles at the yoke and cuffs. We like the magenta hue with a clashing red lip.
Co's collections are polished and refined - designed to fit seamlessly into an existing wardrobe. Spun from a fine blend of silk and cashmere, this sweater has ruffled sleeves and a finely ribbed fitted bodice. Wear it to balance a statement skirt.
Co's Resort '18 collection had an Asian influence, including designs such as this silk-satin midi dress. It's decorated with a Japanese-inspired crane print – representing good fortune, peace and longevity - and fitted with waist-defining ties and asymmetric button fastenings. Style yours with sculptural mules.
Before founding Co with Justin Kern, Stephanie Danan was a film producer, which is why the label's collections often have such a characterful quality. This denim dress is modeled after '40s tea dresses with puffed sleeves, a nipped-in waist and full skirt. We like how the belt buckle is covered with the same fabric.