The seasonal palette brings together vibrant shades and beautiful pastels, grounded by neutrals and deep, saturated tones.
Green takes center stage. Light emerald and deep forest green are worn as head-to-toe looks, or appear blocked against neutral sand, beige, and black to modern effect. Vivid fuchsia is used as a highlight color, bringing the energy of summer to lightweight knitwear and sporty pieces alike.
The work of young London-based artist William Farr, which unites flowers with found objects, inspires embroidered and printed pieces, from flowing silk pants to handcrafted leather shoes.
BOSS presents an opportunity to look back, reflect, and move forward – embracing change along the way. Casual silhouettes are brought to the runway.
Men’s hoodies, a casual signature, appear on the runway for the first time, layered under sporty jackets or dressed up beneath double-breasted tailoring.
Relaxed-fit drawstring pants, often finished with cargo pockets, ensure the BOSS man strides forward in laid-back style, while no summer would be complete without shorts, which this season adopt a Bermuda-style aesthetic.
Micro tops form the base of layered looks, in an easygoing vision for the BOSS woman.