Boss Fall/Winter The 21th century woman

Beauty industry: BOSS Artistic Director Jason Wu consolidates his vision of the brand, for his collection Fall / Winter 2015. Precise cuts and innovative fabrics with stretched silhouettes and defined decorations. By focusing on the combination of man and nature that has always influenced the aesthetics of BOSS womenswear collections, Jason Wu combines straight lines and curves, drawing rounded shoulders in a style inspired to equestrian tailoring.

The BOSS woman of the 21st century is inspired by the classic lines of the male wardrobe, typical of the brand, in a synthesis of style for men and women that combines ergonomics and organic elements with geometric precision. Strong contrasts of colors: anthracite, black, vanilla and intense vermilion intertwine themselves in tweed design macro. The wool blend is coupled to jersey in classic trousers slim-line, the raw edges enhance the new reversible fabrics creating color contrasts.

The details of industrial inspiration, combined with classic menswear fabrics, give life to a modern feminine elegance. Shaped tubular beads and sequins laser cutted with plastic finishes applied in layers of tulle, traditional treatments on canvas attributed to the three-dimensional silhouette. Delicate wires give light to knit dresses. The accessories accentuate the line contrast of the collection: they combine wool dubbed and leather details to riding superimposed sculptural heels into boots.

The Bespoke bag from tailoring shaped, takes male arm cuff as buckles.
The BOSSaccessory is the summary of typical masculine details revealed through a female soul.




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