When a woman walks into Millos, she is greeted by name and is cheerfully asked about her children, grandchildren or most recent trip abroad. She is often also met with a rack of clothing pulled for her by one of the store’s skilled stylists. If it’s a coffee she’s after or a pastry, that too will be offered.
“Our customers are always bringing in cakes and chocolates for us,” laughs Millos co-owner Havy Goloss. “Sometimes they will come in just to have coffee and a chat, without buying anything. We love that.”
The Millos Fashion House shopping experience is a rare one in the Israeli landscape.