Mark Your Calendars: COS' First Branch in Manila Opens This Month
(SPOT.ph) News broke in early February that world-famous fashion brand COS would be opening their first store in Manila some time this 2021. After months of anticipation, it looks like the wait is almost over: Mark your calendars and clear your schedules because the first-ever COS Store in the Philippines is opening its doors on June 25 at SM Aura in Bonifacio Global City!
COS is a London-based label owned by The H&M Group and known for their modern-minimalist styles that cater to both men and women. It first launched in 2007 and currently has over 200 branches worldwide. Their latest outpost in SM Aura will launch the brand’s Spring Summer 2021 Collection in the Philippines. We can't wait to stock up!
Here's what you can expect from the first-ever COS Store in the Philippines:
COS offers a wide range of versatile apparel.
COS is known for form-meets-function clothes that sport timeless, versatile styles. Their lineup for both men and women includes tops, bottoms, dresses, outerwear, knitwear, loungewear, underwear, swimwear, pajamas, shoes, bags, accessories, and more. Each piece in their various collections features a no-frills, contemporary aesthetic, typically in neutral tones and with structured, form-flattering silhouettes.
Here's a peek at some of the pieces in their current lineup. We're hoping to see some of these understated styles in their Manila outpost!
COS stores are known for their stunning architectural aesthetic.
Each COS outpost around the world applies pristine architectural concepts to their exterior designs, with the aim of preserving the building or location's original distinct features while also creating a modern, inviting space with sleek colors and clean lines. We can't wait to see what their Manila store will look like!
Just to give you an idea, check out some of their stores around the world:
Their interiors look great, too.
COS stores around the world look just as good on the inside as they do on the outside with clothing displayed and arranged to complement the architecture. Their stores typically feature wood and concrete textures against light, neutral walls and fixtures.
Take a peek inside some of their branches around the world:
For more information, log on to the COS website.
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