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cocosa.comWELCOME2011 has been a big year for Cocosa. We've celebrated our 3rd birthday, come under new ownership and we've launched this - our biannual Trend Edit magazine. It serves as a guide to the SS12 season, rounding up the most compelling trends and shows from the big four fashion weeks. From the pastels at 3.1 Phillip Lim and iridescent finishes at Christopher Kane, to the bolts of blue seen at Giorgio Armani and Mary Katrantzou's floral frenzy - there's much to get excited about. The magazine is packed with fashion features, including interviews with industry faces, our buyers' guide to the season and a dedicated menswear section. Plus to help get your SS12 wardrobe started, we've included a £50 voucher to spend on Cocosa at the back of the magazine. We hope you find this debut issue a useful and beautiful reminder of the shows just past - and the new season that lies ahead. 2012 looks set to be an even better year.CocosaCentre Point6th & 7th Floors103 New Oxford StreetLondonWC1A 1DD0207 576 9445 Twitter@cocosa.comManaging director Gwynn Milligan Editor of The Trend Edit SS12 Laura Weir Editor of Helen KayeArt director Chris WilliamsHead of design Efrosyni NtoumouziMarketing manager Lauren PatonSub editorStephen FileyContributor Annie PhebyDigital retoucher Denise ViljoenJunior fashion writer menswear Chris Gill Junior fashion writers womenswear Emily Rampton, Sophia ReynoldsThe Cocosa Trend Edit is printed by Westdale. All information is correct at the time of going to press. All rights reserved. Articles and images may not be reproduced without written permission from cocosa.comEmailfirst name.last name@cocosa.comThanks to Celestine Cooney, Lauren Grant, Henry Holland, Marcus Jaye, Adam Reed, Lauretta Roberts,, The British Fashion CouncilThe Cocosa team01