The showspace for Boss' first co-ed show in Milan

Its SS20 show kickstarted with a series of all-white looks which are tailored to perfection

The collection was all about quiet elegance

Colour combinations were nailed to perfection this season

The soft yellow was possibly our favourite colour in the line-up

Such as this grey, sky blue, black, and soft yellow ensemble that still gives off a chic flair

And this combo that plays with different textures

Pantsuits were, of course, the highlight for the German brand

And the only prints in the collection include the graphic print...

...and stripes in the same hues

There were pops of vivid red towards the end of the show

And camel tones in utilitarian separates

The pared down finale look was a good end to the sartorial collection

Chief Brand Officer Ingo Wilts

Gucci's SS20 showspace at the Gucci Hub was lit in red before the white lights were turned on as the show started

Models in utilitarian uniforms (including straitjackets) were sent down the travelator. The looks "represent how through fashion, power is exercised over life, to eliminate self-expression."

Chunky glasses chains heavily accessorised the collection

Although hints of his usual OTT aesthetic can still be found in the collection

The looks were comparably pared down this season with an emphasis on texture play

There was also a heightened sense of sensual allure, where slip dresses...


...thigh-high slits...

...and sheer silk tops with nothing worn under were unveiled

Highly wearable looks were injected with a dose of '70s...

...and '90s influences

Extravagant accessories were replaced with simple leather chokers

We spy with our little eye...this season's new bag

Alessandro Michele

In pictures: Milan Fashion Week SS20 Day 5 feat. Boss and Gucci

Great finale


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