This SAND shirt is as close to the perfect example of this Fall’s Mens Fashion that I could imagine. The micro patterns, and textured p-dots are really only the beginning. The geometrical detail in the cuff is as subtle as you would like interesting details to appear. The colors, let’s call them plumb and blue will certainly be the in fashion colors. Yes green accents do play a role, but that should be left to the pro’s.
Expect to see a lot of birds eye, hounds tooth and haring bone patterns. Interesting prints are still in favor, and the little daisy print is a personal favorite. Come in to see our complete collection.
Scott Eastwood is the new face of the current Autumn/Winter campaign.
Scott Eastwood, youngest son of American actor Clint Eastwood, does not only follow in his famous father’s footsteps when it comes to work, he is also just as good-looking. The selected subjects for the BOSS campaign shooting reflected his natural and charismatic personality. Not only Scott Eastwood but also the photo crew was a star cast as best exemplified by the collaboration with Dutch photographer couple Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. The shooting took place in the famous Pier59 Studios in New York. For years they have been among the most sought-after fashion and portrait photographers worldwide. Joe McKenna who is one of the most influential stylists of all time was in charge of the styling. Shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin the pictures were originally taken in color; only during the editing process the team opted for the puristic aesthetics of black-and-white photography – a stylistic device often used to enhance the personality, therefore perfectly underlining the Scandinavian simplicity of the new BOSS Menswear.
Mr. Eye Candy, Mr. American in Tuscany and the Great Dane are the first Men of Spring we would like to introduce you to. Each of them has a unique style about them, and they are all very stylish. Mr. Eye Candy is on his way to the love boat. That summer boat cruise you get invited to that is sure to be full of eye candy, and he wants to make sure he is part of that candy. Mr. American in Tuscany is as concerned with comfort as he is with style. Long days walking the vineyard will do that to you. The Great Dane is dressed conservatively for his North American business trip. For a European with great style, this is business attire.
For all those guys wondering if the skinny tie is back, I urge you to check your lapel. A general rule of thumb is to match the width of your tie to your lapel size. Small lapels should be matched with skinnier ties, and wider lapels with wider ties. The range for most men now is between 6cm to 8cm, and either width is appropriate. If you’re wearing your 9-10cm tie with your new suit, you might want add a few skinny ties to your wardrobe.