Ingo Wilts for Boss called it ‘sports tailoring’, a definition that has been sweeping the menswear shows for a while now. This collection had a lot to do with baseball, a sport forever tied to New York, in combination with the German brand’s tradition. The result was layered clothing in which knits and shirts had baseball jersey lines and contrast buttons and trims, while macro motifs reproduced players in caps holding their bats and balls on chunky sweaters, jackets and a maxi-poncho. Even the sportier trousers had a sports feel, with drawstrings and elastic waist or stretch zipped cuffs. Linear single-breasted trenches and oversize down jackets in long and short versions gave the sportswear feel to outerwear.