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COS Arrives Stateside Next Year!

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    Guard your wallets, people, because COS is coming to the United States. No, this isn't some sartorial joke or jest; Marie Honda, overall brand responsible for COS just confirmed its U.S. expansion. “We are all looking forward to the opening," she said. "New York City is a vibrant and exciting city and we feel Soho will be the ideal setting for our first store."

    We have shamelessly made Collection of Style our first stop on every trans-Atlantic adventure (kind regards to the Eiffel Tower and London Eye). Because, well, the clothes are the best. Seriously, the brand has consistently curated a unique blend of apparel that reflects a commitment to style over trends.

    Up until now COS has been exclusive to Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, but that's about to change with the new New York groundbreaking. Spring '14 will also mark the grand opening of the U.S. e-shop, too, so our friends across the nation can share in the wealth. And, if you're not familiar with COS, well, it's time the two of you met. You and your wardrobe will be very, very happy together.

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