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Boss RTW Fall 2019

Ingo Wilts brought an elevated sense of refinement to the final day of New York Fashion Week with his fall collection for Boss. The sleek and traditional offerings for men and women didn’t stray far from the brand’s tailored clothing heritage, but this wasn’t your grandfather’s suit: Wilts effortlessly contemporized the lineup by injecting sportswear and athletic elements into the assortment. For example, luxurious men’s topcoats were paired with slim joggers; a suede bomber jacket blended seamlessly with updated cargo pants, and nylon anoraks were given an update with a variety of pocket treatments.
Leather suiting was a fresh, modern look for the Boss woman; ditto to color-blocked or pleated paneling details on topcoats, for instance, a stellar plush shearling-blocked camel coat. The designer also noted the importance of his new, shorter skirt length, paired with sleek, over-the-knee boots, casual knits and jackets.
While in no way flashy or embellished, the monochromatic color palette of the rich overcoats, modern suit silhouettes, shearlings and sweaters were modernized by adding ribbing to pullovers and pants, extra buttons on the sides of coats and belts that disappeared into the fabric in the rear of topcoats.
“The collection was built on our heritage of suits and

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