Rosemary Mac Cabe

Hemlines, heels and haute couture – your daily dose

Cos magazine Autumn/Winter 2010

I’ve made no secret of the fact that Cos is one of my favourite retailers at the moment. It has everything one could want from a high-street store: wearable clothing, trend-led colours and fabrics, and beautiful boxy shapes that are …

Wed, Sep 1, 2010, 16:30

   

I’ve made no secret of the fact that Cos is one of my favourite retailers at the moment. It has everything one could want from a high-street store: wearable clothing, trend-led colours and fabrics, and beautiful boxy shapes that are fashion-forward without being unwearable. Plus, and here’s the best part, while items aren’t affordable, they don’t seem as if they’re unduly expensive (hello, French Connection!).

Plus, I’m always won over by a stylishly done campaign – and, to add joy to joy, I’ve heard rumblings of Cos’s arrival on our own shores . . . wouldn’t that be just swell? Or would it, instead, be afflicted by the H&M curse, and we’d forever be doomed to like the foreign versions better.

Images via Fashion Copious (by Willy Vanderperre)

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