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Boss Women- Womenswear Show Autumn/Winter 2015/16 in New York

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It’s again to downtown, at the foot of the twin towers memorial, on the 43rd floor with a magnificent view, that boss women gave us the rendez-vous for the third season under the direction of jason wu. the designer reinterprets the masculine classics, symbols of the house, in a modern silhouette. the line is sharpened, and very constructed around boxy coats, worn over the longline tailoring. the combination of tweed and wool in tones of grey, blue, black with a touch of orange reinforces this metallic and urban aspect. without forgetting these silk dresses with laminated sequin embroideries and mixed with tulle. the fall is chic, delicate and elegant. a well established femininity, a perfect collection for women like julianne moore or dakota johnson seated on the front row. to note: the perfect black tuxedo worn by edie campbell.interview: jason wu: brightest colour i’ve shown for boss so far, this is my third collection and i like the idea of this pop of colour with these very almost menswear tailoring colours, with this super feminine red – this red-orange, i thought this was a nice little surprise, it made for quite an interesting combination. it’s a coat that you want to own forever, it’s a dress that you want to own forever, it’s about creating desirable clothes that are not just for one season, and i think here, boss really excels at tailoring, you can see that there’s a strong message coming through, equestrian inspired shapes, that was really important, and i thought that was a nice twist. the idea of industrial beauty, industrial can sound quite cold but i wanted to bring the idea through very interesting techniques, you know doing the paillettes that are clear on a top also on the dress, and these little metal tubes that are beaded on the dress, and these tight dresses are sexy, it has the feeling of hugo boss. music from the show