A new season means a new it bag, and one is The Boss Bespoke bag - a graphic statement bag inspired by the Bauhaus.
Since his first collection for Boss Womenswear in 2014, artistic director Jason Wu has been inspired by the excellence, the precision and the rigor embodied by the Bauhaus movement. His spring/summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection explored those notions, combining them with the BOSS dna or exceptional menswear tailoring to create a new hybrid for a modern woman. Where Ffemininity meeting masculinity, freedom meeting rigor, form following function.
The Boss bespoken bag is inspired by the Bauhaus artwork of Josef Albers and Wassily Kandinsky- with their vibrant contrasts of brilliant colour and geometric forms. The bag is a sharp graphic statement in itself.
- The Bauhaus was not an institution, said Miles van der Rohe, its last director in 1953. - It was an idea. An idea as readily applied to clothing as to buildings- Architecture for the body.
Envelope by Celine Aagaard press pictures: Boss
Runway details shot from Boss Spring Summer 2016 in New York