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    California Dreaming


    BOSS sails into spring with a breezy collection inspired by West Coast cool.

    Boss SS19 collection featuring grey drawstring pants, grey jacket and grey t-shirt
    Boss SS19 collection featuring red joggers, red jacket and red and white striped dress shirt


    The first chill of fall may be in the air, but the sun was shining brightly for BOSS’ Spring-Summer 2019 presentation at New York Fashion Week earlier this month. Dubbed “California Breeze,” the collection features a range of relaxed, minimalist styles inspired by the easygoing West Coast lifestyle, and designed to take you from desk-side to poolside and beyond.

    Boss SS19 collection feautring red shorts, red blazer and red t-shirt
    Boss SS19 collection featuring pink pants, pink blazer and white dress shirt


    “The highlight for us is the new ‘active suit’,” says Edward Liston, Harry Rosen’s Merchandise Manager. The jacket and pants are cut from the same fabric as in a traditional suit, he says, but the pants feature a drawstring closure for added comfort and versatility. Constructed of a technical blended wool for enhanced breathability, the pieces are designed to be worn together or separately. “It’s so versatile,” says Liston. “It’s a great look with a knit, with jeans, or as a casual-chic sportswear look. It’s a very cool suit for the guy that wants to go from work to evening to weekend.”

    Boss SS19 collection featuring navy pants, navy blazer and navy dress shirt
    Boss SS19 collection featuring cream drawstring pants, cream blazer and striped dress shirt


    While BOSS continues to provide a wide range of high-quality suiting in a variety of fits, their traditional offerings are supplemented for Spring 2019 with a handful of new, fashion-forward options from the NYFW runway. Among these is a double-breasted suit featuring high-cuffed trousers, a collection of colourful knitwear jerseys and a soft-shouldered jacket in a modern slim cut.



    “It’s a sport jacket-outerwear combination—it’s not traditional by any stretch," says Liston of the latter, praising it as a compelling option for customers in search of a fresh accent to their spring wardrobes.



    Next spring may still be far off, but thanks to BOSS’ California Breeze there’s already plenty to look forward to at Harry Rosen.