Boss Womenswear, the professional women's wardrobe, was given a fresh eye with Wu's creative direction, showing a feminine collection of dresses and separates that were as fashionable as they were boardroom friendly.
Cinched waists, neat tailoring and light layering came in Boss' staple hue of grey. Dresses came in sheathed panels and layers and were feather light. Blazers and outerwear had strong cuts, but never too rigid or fussy.
There were graphic elements in checked fabrics, but it was mostly greys and neutrals in the form of camels and beige tones to add more depth.
It was contemporary without trying too hard. A sensible wardrobe doesn't need to be dull.
Image: Hugo Boss AW14