HUGO BOSS SPRING 2016 RTW COLLECTION
In his latest Hugo Boss Spring 2016 womenswear collection, Artistic Director Jason Wu reworks ...
September 23, 2015
In his latest Hugo Boss Spring 2016 womenswear collection, Artistic Director Jason Wu reworks and refines the tailoring DNA so synonymous with BOSS.
“The tailoring aesthetic doesn’t just come from a jacket or a suit per se,” Wu said backstage to WWD. “Look at a shirtdress that’s been really well-tailored.”
Airy panels of sheer technical organza was a great tool for giving breathing room and modern movement to sharp shirts and structured shift dresses, displaying a minimalist femininity.
More classic takes on tailoring included clean, loosely structured jackets and cropped wide trousers that felt fresh in stark white. The collection also included square, structured top-handle bags in multicolored geometric patterns contrasted the bright, clinical hues with a touch of craftiness.
Go backstage with Jason Wu as he exposes his inspirations for the collection.