Men’s wear is nearly 90 percent of Hugo Boss’ almost 3 billion-euro business, and because of that for a balance, brand decided to work little bit on women’s line. That’s why last year they hired Jason Wu as artistic director of Boss women’s. His job is to raise the company profile and establish a strong aesthetic. This is second Wu’s collection for Boss and this time designer showed spare and minimal in cut and finish, the tailoring, of course not without subtle femininity. Wu worked in cashmere and silk in a classic, office-friendly palette of black, camel and gray.
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