Boss - Fashion Show Ready to Wear Spring-Summer 2016 in New York with interview

It is on Park Avenue, in the heart of the business buildings, that the last Boss collection signed Jason Wu take place. Inspired by Bauhaus, the designer brilliantly knew to play with the contrasts of colours and fabrics. From the purity of a coat or a white dress, seeing a shirt apron buttoned on the side, we move to a stylistic composition where fringes and pleats go to a new level: on the side of a dress seeming like a petticoat, on a top worn under a pantsuit, on the monochrome dresses in organza seeming to move with the body movements. Other gowns completely frilled recall well on the roaring 20’s. Again Jason Wu calms things down by returning to three basic items: the evening gown, the pantsuit, the coat in a perfect black, without forgetting the new patchwork bags all recognised for the first time in Italy.ITW Jason WuThe inspiration was really started from Bauhaus the idea of Bauhaus, form and function, colour, shapes, those are all very very important elements in constructing a collection. I also looked of course a lot in to the DNA Boss, Boss men’s wear tailoring but this is perhaps the softest approach so far since I started at boss two years ago. I wanted the clothes to move, I wanted to take the stuffing out of the tailoring. Everything had movement everything had emotion. We also want to bring what we know to the next level and I think that’s super important, especially the technical ganza dresses, they had the technicality of a German house but they had the fluidity of almost couturian inspired shapes and that they were all constructed using bias panels and we let the fabric do all the speaking, it was about the feminine form. Music from the show

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