WET SUIT

Business Traveller (Asia-Pacific) - - UPFRONT -

THERE ARE plenty of travel suits now avail­able – crease re­sis­tant, they can cut down on pay­ing for press­ing at the ho­tel. But Hugo Boss now has a high-end wash­able suit made of a highly twisted yarn that, as well as in­creas­ing elas­tic­ity, en­sures the wool fi­bres don’t shrink or be­come mis­shapen dur­ing wash­ing. The jacket has a de­con­structed shoul­der which is not only fash­ion­able but also al­lows for ma­chine-wash­ing, as does the fact that the pieces are mostly un­lined, mak­ing it more breath­able and light­weight with only a thin poly-blend lin­ing in the sleeves that has been care­fully se­lected for its high tear and abra­sion-re­sis­tant prop­er­ties. Jacket and trousers are sold sep­a­rately al­low­ing you to mix and match dif­fer­ent de­signs. Blaz­ers cost US$582, trousers US$219. boss.com

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