The chic guests of Tuscany’s Il Pellicano resort, as shot in the Sixties and Seventies by photographers such as Slim Aarons, served as the main inspiration for Boglioli’s spring collection. “It’s a cool, elegant eccentricity,” said the brand’s creative director Jay Vosoghi, who worked luxe fluid fabrics for suits in bright tones. These came paired with Mandarin collared shirts in summery jacquard motifs, or with cotton chambray styles.

The lineup included sophisticated knitwear, such as a navy cardigan with applied maxi pockets, as well as tailored numbers like a tuxedo in a rich green tone.

The chic guests of Tuscany’s Il Pellicano resort, as shot in the Sixties and Seventies by photographers such as Slim Aarons, served as the main inspiration for Boglioli’s spring collection. “It’s a cool, elegant eccentricity,” said the brand’s creative director Jay Vosoghi, who worked luxe fluid fabrics for suits in bright tones. These came paired with Mandarin collared shirts in summery jacquard motifs, or with cotton chambray styles.

The lineup included sophisticated knitwear, such as a navy cardigan with applied maxi pockets, as well as tailored numbers like a tuxedo in a rich green tone.

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