Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix | February 18th, 2016
Jason Wu’s tenure at Boss has expanded the brand beyond its traditional rules of strict tailoring into a collection that allows for fluidity in the most unexpected ways. That meant this season wavy cuts of bonded panelling and a surprising juxtaposition of textiles, wool next to silk paired with leather and suede. The normal vertical architectural element of the collection gave way to curved seams and hemlines with intriguing asymmetrical collars. There was an element of romance that Wu was able to incorporate with the floral motif that was sprinkled throughout the collection. What shouldn’t have made sense was wondrously cohesive and a testament to Wu’s master craftsmanship. Show opener Rianne van Rompaey sauntered down the runway in one of the many paneled free flowing dresses, hers black with gold embroidered flowers, along with other notables Julia Nobis, Edie Campbell, Mica Arganaraz and Lineisy Montero.
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