Drawing inspiration from the ’60s and ’70s glamour aesthetic, Boglioli have taken a modern view on classic menswear staples for SS15
MFW: Boglioli SS15
Drawing inspiration from the ’60s and ’70s glamour aesthetic – daring colors, fluidity of shapes, looseness of cut and the holiday exoticism that exude easy elegance, Boglioli have taken a modern view on classic menswear staples for SS15.Pale blue stripes on the white jacquard piqué of espadrilles creates a custom fabric used for new jacket shapes and a horizontal stripped double breasted blazer, whilst yellows reminiscent of straw, glowing shades of blue, reds much like the bricks of the Tuscan country are brought to life on Irish linen canvas, transforming the dramatic in a quiet yet bright variation.
Meanwhile a new type of Japanese ultra-light wool reinvents the concept of “cool wool” in menswear and a triumph of lightness in suits and coats is the result of a new formal silhouette for Boglioli. Marked shoulders and tapered jackets tailor the body without traces of its complex construction.
New attention is dedicated to a modern interpretation of chino pants, impalpable and impeccable knitwear and shirting are characterized by similar bespoke practices employed with suiting. With tailored shorts, slouchy cardigans, sleek suiting and slick outerwear all making an appearance in the collection the Boglioli man is ready for each and every occasion.