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Milan Fashion Week Update #6 – Boss and DROMe

Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020 has officially come to an end. We were delighted to keep you posted on the best shows, promising designers and emerging trends. This update: Boss and DROMe.

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Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week is full of great designers and shows. Since its hard to stay up-to-date with its great amount of shows, we’re delighted to keep you posted. Check out the schedule of all fashion weeks here and the complete Milan Fashion Week schedule here.


Boss showed a whole new take on modern tailoring. It’s as fresh as Boss gets and despite the show relocated to Milan, this collection radiates New York City.

Together with the materials and silhouettes, colors evolved when time past. From flowing fabrics like silk and nylon to heavier materials such as leather. Just like many other brands, Boss used leather for its pants, shirts and more or less every garment. It makes us both enthusiastic and confused, because who the hell wears an entire leather outfit during Spring – let alone Summer?!

Nevertheless, the collection looked terrific. Outfits were both minimalistic as outstanding, because of its fresh cuts and innovative fabrics. Hurray for Boss.


Just as Boss, DROMe used soft hues and flowing materials. The first model entered the runway while wearing an innovative tae on the popular slip-dress. Accompanied by a pixie cut, the ensemble looked fiercer than you’d image.

Red, blue and beige tones were dominating, after which orange and yellow made their entrance. The collection looked peaceful, innovative and felt connected to earth. DROMe is minimal and sophisticated and therefore outfits will never evoke an overwhelming feeling.

We can conclude the Spring/Summer 2020 collection is perfectly in line with this. Its femininity expressed itself by the outstanding fit of every piece. A great accomplishment and addition to Milan Fashion Week.