New York Fashion Week Menswear: Simon Miller, Boss
Creative directors Simon Miller Daniel Corrigan and Chelsea Hansford in the new spring collection decided to return to the roots. “Back to the beginning” – under this motto was held the fashion show by Simon Miller. The roots of the brand go to the year 2008 to unite denim & luxe – the foundations of the brand’s DNA.
Simon Miller demonstrated his ability to create today’s clothes. The new collection also showed a new horizon of direction for the brand – Japan. Corrigan and Hansford plan to transfer some of the male collections to Okayama, which is 4 hours drive from Tokyo. It is this part of Japan that is particularly fond of jeans fabric.
In the new Simon Miller collection you can see vintage denim jackets, shorts and denim shirts. And jeans have become an integral part of almost every image. Loose striped shirts, turtlenecks and blazers created the basis for the Simon Miller collection.
Ingo Wilts presented his vision of a new cut of classic costume and beach bow in the new spring collection of Boss. At the core of the collection were suits: double-breasted, with cut-outs and prints, with stripes on the trousers. The colors of the costumes from Boss ranged from dark brown to snow-white.
In the new collection, Boss did not forget about the favorite method – luxurious urban casual clothing. Scarlet leather jackets and trench coats were replaced by satin bombers and shiny raincoats. Shirts and polo shirts were presented in knitwear and suede. The images were supplemented with white sneakers with red soles, leather or mesh bags with the inscriptions H-B-N-Y. The hats were decorated with the initials of the brand, namely the Boss logo in the Columbus Circle. Instead of ties, the designer used neck scarves.