Post by Ollie&Sebs Haus

Post by Ollie&Sebs Haus

Post by Ollie&Sebs Haus

I felt so inspired when I seen a popup shop from COS which was created by Design Duo Bonsoir Paris for COS collection. The modular system is designed round a Atom which can create many different geometric forms.

This pop-up store will always be useful – like the intemporal  white shirt – it has no lifespan, it can live in any scale and shape.

I feel that the modular system really fits with the look of COS geometric, minimal and natural colour palette.  The flexibility of the Atom system is a great way to display the collection in many different forms and really show of the clean lines of all of the clothes.

Post by Ollie&Sebs Haus

On a side note before kids I was really into vintage clothes and loved a good rummage in a charity shop, my favourite being the Sally Ally. Since becoming a mum my life has become chaotic and my style has changed dramatically, I no longer want that crazy patterned floral dress teamed with my 1980’s clark vintage shoes I now want my clothes to be simple and functional. When COS came to Glasgow I was so happy, each piece of clothing is versatile. I don’t own a massive amount of COS,  but everything that I do own is good quality and adds to my stylish basics. I also adore the kids clothes, Oliver has a few knitted jumpers and t-shirts and they wash great which is always a bonus in kids clothing I think.

Photographed by Owen Richards. You can also watch a beautiful promo film by Andrew Telling here.

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    Carol of OH yei!®

    Sunday, July 14, 2013

    Super inspiring! just love it.

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    Tuesday, July 16, 2013

    Its so inspiring! I love the frame work.


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