Pass to drop a sustainable outerwear capsule at Milan Fashion Week – WWD

Milan – After a blockbuster show in Milan last year that featured Naomi Campbell and Fortune as part of a diverse cast, Bass returns to the city’s fashion week to unveil its Couture Fall 2023 collection – set to be filled with standing testimonials.

The show will include a see-now, buy-now, limited-edition capsule collection called „The Change” and outerwear crafted from HeiQ’s trademark HeiQ AeoniQ fabric, the brand revealed on Monday.

Avoiding the use of oil-based threads such as polyester and nylon, the high-tech, plant-based fabric is combined with bio-based waterproof membranes and Swiss Pima cotton.

The three-layer textile is worked into the men’s double-breasted trenchcoat with a detachable belt, which is also offered in a women’s version. The third design, a genderless bomber jacket loose, combines HeiQ AeoniQ fabric with padding crafted from recycled silk.

Each piece features a serial number and QR code unlocking information about Bass’s “The Change” initiative and the brand’s partnership with HeiQ AeoniQ, created in 2022.

The tie-up is part of a long-term partnership between the German label and supplier aimed at making one of several steps towards climate neutrality by 2030 as part of Boss’s sustainability pledge. A polo shirt worn by Bass brand ambassador and tennis player Matteo Berettini at the Australian Open in early 2023 and a drop of collarless polo shirts at the Bass Open in Stuttgart, Germany last June.

A look at the pass

A look at the Boss „The Change” capsule collection.

Courtesy of Bass

Adopting a see-before-and-buy-now format for seasons, Boss has visited several locations including Dubai, Milan and Miami for its spring collections, and stuck with Milan’s September Fashion Week to unveil its fall lines.

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