Inspired by 1950s New York and artists such as Richard Serra, Alexander Calder and Charles Sheeler, the Fall/Winter collection for 2012 narrates an “Art Trip to America.” Surprising details and streamlined cuts set the masculine mood. The emphasis lies on classic tailoring and exquisite materials, with the season’s key look a slim-cut two-button suit in fine, light blue virgin wool. Short two-button blazers with a body-conscious cut are the season’s eye-catchers, contrasting with elegant classics such as the close-fitting double-breasted suits. Of the more casual sportswear styles, leather jackets in buttery lambskin form the focus. Worn with bulky-knit pullovers and cardigans, they consummate the BOSS Black look. Just the thing for cold winter days: warm, lined coats and heavy caban jackets.
The understated palette extends from shades of gray through browns to classic black. Accents come in mustard yellow and an intense dark red.
Leading the way in the accessories are elegant navy blue shoes with twin buckles and a matching calfskin weekender. Sporty biker-style boots complete the picture for a perfect winter look.