The Boss woman is stepping outside of the codes of the Boss man--or at least that's what creative director Jason Wu suggested after this afternoon's calming, '50s-influenced and seductively textured Fall 2016 show. "Furniture colors, the '50s, a lot of curves and florals, the ideas of couture..." mused Wu. "[The clothes] kind of came from [these references]. I wanted to make them very modern and combine them with the idea of the architectural ideals of the brand. But instead of very straight lines, I used very curvy lines, almost accentuating the woman's form." These warmly architectural offerings included silk- and wool-bonded, body-hugging midi-dresses, sculptural tops accented with frayed, multi-colored lines, and - gorgeous, undulating copper-toned wool outerwear. "I think she's really coming into her own," said Wu of his woman. "She's become much more feminine and more empowered, in the sense of owning her femininity. I think there's a clear break from the menswear heritage today that signaled that next phase of Boss womenswear."