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Orlando Bloom's pup stole the BOSS show at Milan Fashion Week

Boss turned lilac during the fall-winter 2020/21 show. In addition to a beautiful collection, there was also a real spectacle next to the catwalk. Cara Delevingne stole the pup from actor Orlando Bloom to pose entirely in Cara style. Yes, so Bossy!
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Boss presented it's fall-winter 2020-2021 collection at the Milan Fashion Week. A collection for both men and women that mixed the codes of the house with a constant drive for innovation. Ultra-modern tailoring, must-have coats and flowy jersey dresses come together in a collection called "Generations". Combining decades of expertise in customization with a vision that embraces more daring and creative freedom, and you get the show from Boss for this fall.

Boss lets his models show up in all serenity in a lilac-colored universe (in the Social Music City in Milan, near Fondazione Prada), to the music of a 25-member live orchestra, composed by Henri Scars Struck. Some famous faces were cast for this, such as Doutzen Kroes, Irina Shayk, Bella Hadid, Adut Akech and Vittoria Ceretti.

Upon arrival at the red carpet, which turned lilac for the occasion, guests: Orlando Bloom, Cara Delevingne, Ashley Benson, Toni Garrn, Tommy Dorfman arrived just before the show. But what you didn't get to see during the show was the sublime moment when Cara Delevingne stole the puppy from Orlando Bloom to pose entirely in Cara style for the paparazzi. So much Bossy!

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Celebrities front row at Boss: Alex Pettyfer, Toni Garrn, Orlando Bloom, Mark Langer, Amber Valletta, Cara Delevingne, Ashley Benson, Madelaine

The collection

A collection that emphasizes the importance of Boss's heritage. Delighted silhouettes in new colors pave the way for more customization in 2020. Despite the clean lines of the collection, an organic pattern that glides over jackets, skirts, leather and accessories for a surprising accent. The outerwear is relaxed and oversized, while jersey dresses and skirts fit impeccably on the body. Hand-woven leather and loose frills add depth and detail. The color palette is mainly vibrant red and coral, with additions of brown, cream, gray and black, inspired by autumn. The lilac silhouettes offer a surprising contrast. Boss takes color blocking a step further and brings three to four colors together in one look, a clear shift from the monochrome looks of previous seasons. Bags and shoes consist of square stretch boots for her, and utility-inspired cross-body bags for him. During the show, Boss also presented it's first jewelery collection ever.


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