A fusion of ‘sixties chic and high-fashion glam: the new BOSS Women’s Collection presents avant-garde designs enhanced with feminine elegance.
This season, modern tailoring is the keyword for BOSS Womenswear. Innovative lines and luxurious materials lend signature pieces such as the tuxedo jacket and shift dress a brand new dimension in femininity. The concept behind the collection: classic looks are recreated with unexpected details from a rich array of design worlds – ranging from avant-garde to minimalist and from sixties sophistication to haute couture. Asymmetrics, cutouts and the omnipresent black & white: the visionary ideas of 1960’s fashion give feminine styles a fresh twist. A black corsage dress in ultra-fine calf leather ventures a new take on symmetry: diagonal lines radiate from the neckline and waist. A shoulderless cocktail dress in shimmering yellow gold features lattice-look 3-D cutouts; a black collarless blazer coat showcases a minimalist chessboard pattern with white patch pockets. And even the long-forgotten jumpsuit celebrates a comeback – as a skintight all-in-one in a radical new cut with a folded bandeau top in sensuous aubergine red.
Materials are combined for rich contrasts, fabrics embellished with embroidery, womenswear classics deconstructed. Skinny leather pants pair with a transparent, lingerie-look silk blouse, topped by a luxurious fur jacket in a bomber cut. Feminine prêt-à-porter meets BOSS cool – in the eveningwear as well. Leather accents redefine modern design: blazers parade narrow shawl collars and patch pockets in quilted patent leather; a floor-length embroidered shift shows off piped leather seams.
The BOSS tuxedo jacket is a gentle deconstruction, with an extra-long shawl collar and an extra-short peplum – naturally in a cut-out look.