”There's no such thing as an online retailer or offline retailer anymore. Everyone should become both.” Pernille Kok-Jensen, Trend Director at Dutch qualitative research agency Mare, shar

Revered for its minimalist offering of wardrobe basics across both womenswear and menswear, London-based H&M Group brand COS has just broadened its selection with the expansion of its COS Kids ca

Cos just announced that it will be announcing a large-scale sculptural installation for next month. The art piece, entitled Open Sky by American artist Phillip K. Smith III, will be open to the publ

London-based fashion label COS launched Soma, a seasonless capsule collection of 17 menswear essentials at Pitti Uomo this week. Nine dancers presented the collection through a choreography by Wayne

London - It may be hard to believe, but this year marks a decade since COS, the big sister brand of H&M, opened its first store on London's Regent Street. Back in 2007 COS first launched as a mod

Cos just opened a new flagship landing in The Netherlands. As a brand under H&M, the contemporary's brick-and-mortar officially branched out with this new concept in March 2018 in Haarlem. The st

London-based fashion brand Cos, part of the H&M group has announced its online debut in China next month. The company said that the brand will launch an online storefront on Alibaba’s Tmall

The fashion industry produces hundreds of short films each year featuring the latest collections and although the majority these shorts are little more than glorified advertisements, there are a numb

London - Swedish fast-fashion company H&M is reportedly exploring options to launch an all new brand which will be very dissimilar from its namesake label as well as its sister labels and current

The H&M Group is planning to open around 400 new stores for the financial year 2014/2015, as the Swedish retail chain announced full-year sales increased in local currencies by 14 percent to SEK

London - Swedish fast-fashion giant H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB shows no signs of slowing down or fear of competition as the group has announced the launch of a brand new retail brand: Arket. The