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THE BLAMO PODCAST

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THE BLAMO PODCAST

  Our co-founder Ben recently chatted to Jeremy Kirkland on the Blamo podcast. They chatted about C.O.O's humble origins and our sustainability drive and design ethos.   You can catch the podcast here: https://blamopod.com  

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BYE BYE PLASTIC...

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BYE BYE PLASTIC...

    We're proud to announce that the C.O.O factory is now 100% plastic free.The fashion industry uses an alarming amount of single-use plastic and garments can go through up to 3 bags before reaching shop floors.So what's the alternative? - Biodegradable plastics are becoming more widespread but the truth is they're still bad for the environment, taking up to 20 years to degrade into tiny pieces.We've spent months researching packaging and have developed a specially milled glassine paper that's grease and water resistant. They're also semi-transparent, important for when the factory is packing orders.The paper is 100% recyclable, biodegradable...

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COUNTRY OF ORIGIN'S WINTER STORE

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COUNTRY OF ORIGIN'S WINTER STORE

    This Christmas find us on Lower Stable Street at Coal Drops Yard. The Pop-up will house our new collection and some new exclusive bits. We've got a free tote bag for every customer.  Address:  UNIT L8 LOWER STABLE STREET, KING'S CROSS N1C 4DG  OPEN UNTIL 10th JANUARY 2020 Merry Christmas from the team at C.O.O !          

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RUSSELL TOVEY WEARS...

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RUSSELL TOVEY WEARS...

Russell Tovey was kind enough to step out in the rain on a particularly grim Sunday in East London a few weeks back to model a sweater from our Bergdorf Goodman collab. Photographed by Garçon Jon.    

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BERGDORF GOODMAN X COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

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BERGDORF GOODMAN X COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

  This season sees a collaboration with NYC's Bergdorf Goodman. We've teamed up with menswear director Bruce Pask to produce a capsule collection combining the patchwork traditions of Japan with long-established methods of British knitwear manufacturing.  Below are a few excerpts from the lookbook we shot in NYC. Photographed by Garçon Jon.   SHOP THE COLLECTION HERE 

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