BOSS Fall 2016 – Runway Review
February 18, 2016
Architecture is an unwavering reference point for BOSS artistic director Jason Wu. For fall, the designer relaxed the German label’s signature (and oft severe) tailoring in favor of a more relaxed silhouette with a focus on the female form in subtle curves. Wu offered a long and lean aesthetic that boasted flares at the hemline and other times broken up by geometric folds. The color palette is diverse – from hot pink to cinnamon and grass hues – but a focus remained on neutral and autumnal tones. Wu finished tops, boots and outerwear with zippers for a utilitarian element. For accessories, BOSS introduced a new Bespoke hobo with patchwork suede, calf hair and leather.