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PERFECTING BASICS: COS' Fall 2015 collection was a nod to Japanese avant-gardism.
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Above: The unisex white shirt has the potential to evolve into infinite iterations, from a basic work shirt worn with a tie, to collarless tunic-style shirts, Oxfords, and formal shirts
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Architect Andre Fu.
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GALLERY SHOWCASE: For COS' Fall 2015 preview, architect Andre Fu transformed the upper storey of a pier over- looking Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour into a modernist space using a melange of glass cubes, planes and mirrors.

Architect of fashion

Andre Fu's modernist installation is the ideal backdrop for COS' cerebral new collection.
Mar 28, 2015 5:50 AM

COS doesn't do fashion shows. As much as most labels thrive on staging a fashion spectacle to garner headlines and viral buzz, the low-key retailer is the epitome of understatement. So what does it do to present its new collection to international industry insiders in Hong Kong? Erect a gallery-