The British musician, David Bowie, was known for his style as much as he was known for his work…
His rebellious fashion choices are now presented to us by Hugo Boss brand in a mesmerizing chic collection that was recently launched. You will admit, after a first look at the limited edition collection, you could understand whose character it was inspired by.
Designed for both men and women, the collection is intended to appeal to the famous singer and his unique style, with T-shirts emblazoned with his album covers and hats with slogans in inevitable black, white and red tones. One of the sweatshirts, inspired by the famous artist's 1977 album, Heroes, presents us with photos that are the work of Masayoshi Sukita, while the other pieces come with the printed slogan "Tomorrow belongs to those who can hear it coming", which was also used to promote the album.
The ensemble is especially inspired by the Bowie 1977-1979 Berlin Trilogy, and his hit albums Low, Heroes and Lodger. Commenting on the collection, Bart de Becker, senior director of design for the Hugo men's section, said: “David Bowie was a rebel who lived on his own terms. This collection is an opportunity to celebrate the impact it has had on the world and the values we share with it. "
The Hugo Loves Bowie collection can now be purchased through the Hugo Boss site as well as in boutiques worldwide.