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Sebastian Stan shows who the boss is

Romanian-American actor Sebastian Stan appreciates a good jacket, a nice pair of leather shoes, and a sharp three-piece suit “once in a while for a special occasion.”

Sebastian Stan stars in BOSS’ spring/sumamer 2018 campaign
But when it comes to clothes he feels most comfortable in, nothing beats the good ‘ol tee for Bucky. 

“I’m definitely more of a crew neck T-shirt guy rather than a V-neck T-shirt guy,” shares Stan. He adds, “I certainly wear a lot of black jeans [too]. They are a very essential piece of clothing.”

Stan shows his easy, relaxed style in the digital campaign for the spring/summer 2018 collection of German luxury fashion brand BOSS. 

Dubbed “Summer of Ease,” the campaign presents video content and images following Stan through an easy and relaxed season. He represents the modern, driven man with a fast-paced lifestyle, whose downtime is now as important to him as his successful career. 

“[For me] ‘Ease’ means just feeling okay about yourself, your values, who you are, and what you bring to the table,” says the 35-year-old actor.

The dream-like video is set against dramatic coastal backdrops and elegant architecture, moving from early summer by the dock to conclude with relaxation on the beach. Each situation comes with a wardrobe to match—characterized by a more relaxed approach to BOSS sartorialism than ever before, perfectly balancing ease with the elegance the house is known for. 

Stan wears refreshed outerwear such as sporty anoraks and loose-cut trench coats, and softened BOSS tailoring including relaxed double-breasted shapes.

In the Philippines, Boss is located at City of Dreams, Greenbelt 5, Shangri-La East Wing, Rustan’s Shangri-La, Rustan’s Cebu, and 158 Designer’s Blvd. Newport Mall.

Topics: Sebastian Stan , V-neck T-shirt , BOSS , Summer of Ease , black jeans

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