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COS unveils new concept store

Fashion retailer COS has unveiled its first new concept store in Europe with the opening of a new shop in Stockholm. The store in Biblioteksgatan makes… View Article

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COS unveils new concept store

Fashion retailer COS has unveiled its first new concept store in Europe with the opening of a new shop in Stockholm.

The store in Biblioteksgatan makes use of 66% more recycled material than the original COS store design. Sustainable features include a fully circular flooring system, 30% recycled aluminium rails, 100% recycled polystyrene mannequins in place of fibre glass, and the removal of CO2 heavy concrete fittings.

Spanning two floors, the 566 square metre space also features a curated selection of paintings and sculptures by international artist, Liselotte Watkins

Lloyd Goldby, global head of growth at the H&M owned brand, said: “The Biblioteksgatan opening marks an important moment for COS in our interior design journey and we’re thrilled to have a European flagship in the heart of Stockholm.

“Whether through endlessly recyclable material or by reallocating store material in new openings, our new concept is a huge step towards becoming a more conscious brand, and we are excited to introduce it to more markets in the future.”

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