COS x Stephen Doherty


COS is pleased to announce its latest collaboration with Manchester-based, multi-disciplinary artist Stephen Doherty. Limited-edition pieces adorned with exclusive floral artwork, crafted using Doherty’s unique ink and water technique, evoke the epitome of summer dressing. Focusing on the flower in bloom, the collaboration celebrates the beauty of nature in its most exquisite form.

Embracing the synergy between art and fashion, the 17-piece collection embodies effortless elegance, with Doherty’s florals reimagined on canvas’ of silk and linen, transforming classic COS silhouettes. Set dressing is embraced throughout the capsule, which each garment designed to be interchanged and styled in endless ways, dressed up or down to suit the mood or occasion.

Exploring craftsmanship, delicately beaded embroidery embellishes bandeau tops, while unique waistband finishes provide versatile styling and a functional element to the collection. The floral print is also embraced on accessories, reworked onto a leather mule and silk scarves.

The capsule launches in Galleria Riga COS store on the 14 June. COS store is located on the 1st and 2nd floor of Galleria Riga, 67 Dzirnavu street.



About COS  

Inspired by contemporary culture, the London-based fashion brand is known for iconic wardrobe pieces, elevated essentials, and innovative designs that are made to last. Dedicated to quality and sustainability, COS takes a bespoke approach to design, creating unique collections that combine function with timeless style. Experimental design details and material innovation are frequently revisited to include the latest sartorial advances and ensure the considered use of fibres whether they be recycled, renewed, or sustainably sourced.   

About Stephen Doherty

Stephen Doherty’s Gratitude Blooms series began in 2018 while he was artist in residence at Aamir Art House in Porvorim, Goa. Centering around the use of flowers in ritual celebration and performative acts of gratitude, it features paintings of decaying devotional flowers, petals and studies of the human figure in nature. Other common themes in his work are community, connectedness and joy.