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Inspired by Bauhaus design: Model Edie Campbell in the Colorblock Coat © Getty Images

From catwalk to meeting – the new BOSS collection breathes fresh life into the business world

The secret of success? Investment in quality, know-how and modernism. BOSS fashion passes every test with flying colours. Creative Director Jason Wu attaches just as much importance to high-end couture as he does to the trend effect. Just take a look at the Runway Show (Autumn/Winter2015) at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York.

BOSS Womenswear Fall/Winter 2015, Fashion Show, New York

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I am above all inspired by the women who wear my clothes
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Jason Wu

'I am above all inspired by the women who wear my clothes,' says BOSS Creative Director Jason Wu, referring to his front-row ladies Julianne Moore and Dakota Johnson who, although from different generations, both represent precisely what is so important to Jason Wu in his fashion: 'strength and sophistication.' At the BOSS show, the two Hollywood stars appeared in classic blazer jackets. Their style: extra-long for extra effect.

Successful looks with a special effect © Getty Images

You can see how modern women wear the BOSS office outfits with style and confidence in the fashion shoot 'A good feeling' and in exclusive backstage pictures.

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  • Sitting pretty! The BOSS looks from the fashion stint 'A good feeling' – modern blazer and dress combination and the classic trouser suit © Condé Nast Video
  • Style that suits at BOSS – white blouse and cream-coloured blazer in new-wool mix © Condé Nast Video
  • Trend signal: Lava red details are the highlight of the BOSS dark grey business ensemble © Condé Nast Video
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