Starring Clément Chabernaud and Rianne van Rompaey, a raw industrial space frames Hugo Boss Fall 2016 collection where sartorial sophistication meets a new easy mood.

Geometric, coloured pillars stand as the center of the film. Each element of the monumental set is a nod to the Bauhaus movement, which has served as a constant source of inspiration for artistic director Jason Wu.

Coats with precision-cut cascade fronts were crafted from double-faced cashmere in graphic contrasts of hot pink and black, and in a new twist on a Hugo Boss signature, tailoring appeared deconstructed and relaxed with wide-leg trousers.

Leather and calf hair loafers were a subtle reference to men’s formalwear, while a zip-front boot with wooden heel made a statement on the runway. The BOSS Bespoke returned with an all-new look. Like the collection itself, its clean architectural lines were softened and rounded, bringing us the BOSS Bespoke hobo bag.

It is this new femininity and sensuality that is becoming ever more part of the vernacular of the collections, and we wait to see how the unique personality of the Hugo Boss Woman develops under the continued direction of Jason Wu.