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LOOK: The Clean Lines and Gorgeous Lighting of the First COS Store in Manila

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COS is in town and we're raring to go to the mall again.

Like the home trend everyone loves, we're loving the Scandinavian-inspired minimalist design of its first store at SM Aura in Bonifacio Global City.

The 380-square-meter store space was designed in line with the brand's well-known aesthetic of minimalism and sustainability: a bright, airy space filled with natural light.

Clean architectural lines create a space that is modern yet warm.

Its walls are clad with "Really," an engineered, textured material developed from upcycled textiles such as cotton and wool. 

The London-based clothing brand is part of the H&M group.

Take a look at its facade and interiors:


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Modern and functional, one of the brand's tag lines is "Buy better, keep forever." Over 75 percent of its collection is made from sustainably sourced materials.


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