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Last night, BOSS took to Miami in style, revealing its SS23 runway collection via a star-studded cast of talent, each striding down the straight to highlight the brand's tailoring finesse.

Fashion shows are no strangers to highly decorated casts of industry-spanning models. While Gigi and Bella Hadid, Kylie and Kendall Jenner, and the like are to be expected from most, seeing TikTok stars, actors, and otherwise grace the runway has quickly become just as much of the spectacle of the show.

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For SS23, which took place in Miami amongst neon lights illuminating a wet setting, BOSS ushered a diverse arrangement of characters with no shortage of star power, from Pamella Anderson, who opened the show with grace, to DJ Khaled, and the recently retired stylist Law Roach, with Naomi Campbell handling the close.

Where talent is concerned, Khaby Lame was undoubtedly the show's highlight, delivering his characteristic swagger in a manner that set him apart from all others within the show. Clearly, being the biggest star of TikTok comes with unique freedoms.

The collection itself served as further evidence of BOSS' finesse within tailoring, showcasing an amalgamation of looks that favored layering, with beautiful suiting in seasonal tones across a spectrum of white, beige, and yellow serving the most palatable parts of the line-up.

While certain fabrications, such as linen, didn't quite hit the mark comparatively, silk, crinkled knit, and cotton felt effortlessly luxurious.

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Tailored silhouettes certainly took priority within the collection, and yet, a series of loose, bordering on oversized looks were equally as impactful, providing a balanced take on seasonal suiting that allows for great shorts, pants, and two-piece looks.

With no time like the present, you'll find a selection of pieces from the SS23 BOSS Miami Runway show online now.

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