Boss Fall 2019 - Runway Review
February 14, 2019
Boss has long been a go-to for classic dressing. From the silhouettes to use of rich materials, all with just the right dash of modernity, it's a collection that's immediately appealing for the active man (and woman). For fall, chief brand officer Ingo Wilts said art curators and the New Yorkers who frequent their galleries informed the designs. They're dressed up without looking stuffy. They appreciate an artistic bent here or a design touch there. To wit, a beautiful --and soft -- collection rich in camels was punctuated with two-tone trousers, patchwork shearlings and color-blocked knits. The long quilted puffer, part of a broader focus on cocoon shapes, was an instant must-have.
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