Boss Womenswear Delivers Equestrian Chic for Day and Night
We invite you to take a look at the Boss Womenswear collection for fall/winter 2015 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York. Fashion One brings you highlights from the show and speaks to designer Jason Wu about the new season’s designs.
This was Wu’s 3rd collection for the brand and was his brightest yet, incorporating rich reds and colour blocking into the classic boss black and grey tones. The designer wanted to mix menswear tailoring with super femininity and showed elegant plunging v-neck gowns alongside structured outerwear and Hugo Boss style tailoring. There was also an equestrian theme apparent in the cuts and fabric choices and industrial influences in the beading, detail and composition.
The collection also included high collared jackets, a multi-paneled trench and strapless bustier styled with elbow length gloves and knee high boots. Jason Wu spoke to us about wanting to make timeless pieces that people will want to own forever, the brand is known for its excellent tailoring and this should produce garments that people want to wear for more than one season. A statement that was certainly true of the classic overcoats and straight leg trouser suits presented for fall.