First look: Boss Pre-Fall 2015
Centered around different elements of menswear, Boss' Pre-Fall 2015 collection saw androgynous tailoring, body-hugging silhouettes and bold graphics. For some looks, Jason Wu took a houndstooth motif and modernised it by blowing it up as a digital print, and placing it across a elegant shirtdress, cotton tweed skirt and short motorcycle jacket.
Wu also slipped in the manly vibe with a strong use of tailoring, along with his new take on the brand's staple white shirt – which is now elongated, and more like a tunic. The overall wearability also extended into the accessories, as models wore Chelsea boots and cuff-link-inspired embellishment on slim belts that tied at the waist