BOSS Menswear Collection Fall/Winter 2014

Defining a new easiness, BOSS takes a journey to the Nordic capitals. Scandinavian timelessness is blended with BOSS’ finest components. 

Modern minimalism meets casual details: architectural shapes work quite well with natural fabrics, colors are straightforward, too. BOSS filters the DNA of the Nordic style: It’s about a meticulous dress-code without trying too hard. 

Think Scandinavian architecture like Oslo’s new, landmark opera house: a unique example of precision and contemporary design, edgy but amiable. BOSS Menswear follows this idea and presents a collection full of restrained, yet easy pieces: a double-breasted boxy jacket, pinstripe suits in graphite-grey wool combined to brown turtleneck sweaters, navy blue abstract paisley prints on a velvet tuxedo jacket. 

Dressing up and down often goes hand in hand with Scandinavian style. There is a work-wear feel to many looks: button-down-shirts and knit ties are paired with long cardigan-jackets, casual navy blue khakis and massive leather boots. We see cuffed narrow slim pants, an ice blue leather jacket with a clean, architectural structure – worn with a winter classic like the thick cable knit sweater. 

The BOSS colors are inspired by the polar circle landscapes – from light chalkstone grey to dark arctic ocean-blue and deep purple. The accessories have a laid back functionality, best suited for the modern traveler. Bags are spacious: take the tote bag that gives the impression of a weekender. Shoes are modest: Suede Chelsea boots are getting a minimalist makeover with super thin soles. This collection shows how to pull it off. 

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