Watch the HUGO Fall/Winter 2012 fashion show + enter to win a shopping spree

Much to the thrill of HUGO BOSS fans everywhere, the Fall/Winter 2012 fashion show streamed live yesterday from Berlin Fashion Week. If you missed it, you can still catch the video on

Karlie Kloss opened the show which was presented at Berlin’s hallowed “Old Masters Museum,” the Gemäldegalerie. The HUGO Mens and Womenswear collections were showcased on a glossy white 400-foot long catwalk by more than 30 top international models, including Kloss, Joan Smalls, Liu Wen and Mathias Lauridsen, to some 800 invited guests.

The show opened with a wearable mix of black, white, and pops of bright purple pieces for men and women, including beautiful streamlined coats, fur vests, slim pants, and pencil skirts. Sleek, minimal, and mostly monochromatic, there was nary a ruffle, print, or pleat in sight. The second half of the show introduced a touch of color in the form of pink, orange and geometric prints.

What this collection excels at is introducing timeless, artfully tailored pieces in silhouettes that are clean and reductive. Modern styles that have been interpreted afresh to create a look that is both minimalistic and luxurious that can easily be incorporated into any well-dressed woman or man’s wardrobe.

Packing a star-studded punch, the front row consisted of Julianne Moore, Georgia May Jagger, Sky Ferreira, Pixie Geldoff and Jared Leto (among many others), as well as star blogger Bryanboy who served as a backstage host of sorts. Check out the HUGO BOSS blog for model castings, backstage scoop, red carpet photos, and insider details about the show and more.

Also, be sure to head over to the HUGO BOSS Facebook page after watching the video and enter to win vouchers to spend at the HUGO BOSS Online Store. (Only available in the following countries: Austria, France, Germany, United Kingdom and United States.)

Below are some of our favorite looks from the show, celeb photos and more:


hugo_show_fw20128.jpg hugo_show_fw20129.jpg



Back to Top