The company has launched the Cos Restore collection, which involves repaired and returned garments with a 30% discount.
Cos, owned by the H&M group, has launched a new collection of defective garments tared or from returns under the name of Cos Restore.
The company has partnered up with The Renewal Workshop to repair damaged garments, which are marketed at a 30% discount on the original price. “Giving new life to damaged pieces, lowering environmental impact," says Cos on its website. Cos Restore is available in selected stores such as the one for Berlin, Munich, Paris, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Utrecht, New York, and Los Angeles.
Based in Oregon, The Renewal Workshop is a company that specializes in repairing and distributing garments deriving from returns. Last year, as a trial, the H&M group began working with the company.
Cos has partnered up with The Renewal Workhop, which is responsible for washing and repairing clothes
The Renewal Workshop is responsible for washing and repairing, if necessary, the clothes that are then distributed via its website, where it offers a free return policy of up to a year.
The company, which amassed 5.5 million dollars last year to tackle its expansion in Europe, currently has products from brands such as Carhartt, Eagle Creek, Mara Hoffman, Pearl Izumi, and Toad & Co.
Cos, meanwhile, is one of the largest chains of the H&M group. Launched in 2007, the company has 270 stores in 41 countries and is present online in 21 markets. According to the latest available data, the group’s objective was for Cos to reach a revenue of one billion euros in 2017.