Boglioli played it safe for fall. Classic fitted suits dominated the lineup, which was rendered in a palette of browns and blues with touches of burgundy. The various shades were blended in one fabric at times, which gave a welcomed twist to an otherwise conservative collection, whose aesthetic also transitioned into a handful of women’s looks.
Newly appointed creative director Davide Marello loosened up in the outerwear department, tapping into this season’s trends via robe coats and colored knits, which looked best when done in bulky shapes and matched with a pair of tailored pants. There was also a series of easy overcoats and double-breasted jackets with fur collars, while flowy, hooded parkas in light wool imbued the lineup with a younger vibe.
Though the collection offered plenty of salable options, it failed to ignite a spark — a shame since this was the brand’s first runway outing.