Staging his presentation in the sophisticated showroom of Dimore Studio, Milan’s hippest interior design firm, Boglioli creative director Jay Vosoghi set the tone for his fall collection.
It was all about an elegant, slightly retro look that recalled the Sixties. The designer focused on rich materials and chic color combinations, including camel and teal, for a range of shrunken suits in textured fabrics. These came paired with cozy knits, such as a sweater with a loose turtleneck.
A digitally enhanced houndstooth pattern injected a modern feel into a round-shaped coat with raglan sleeves. The combination of heritage and novelty defined a sensitive and assertive masculinity.