Boglioli makes a powerful return to its sartorial DNA for Autumn/Winter 23/24. This is a collection that honours the brand’s lifestyle through a broad and diverse offering designed to meet the dynamic lifestyle and demands of today’s man.
The traditional outerwear styles modify their appearance, and they evolve to generate new, diverse models that go beyond the concept of a jacket. Because of the fluidity of the materials, no one knows what “hybrid” clothing is desired—a synthesis of functions of use and varied styles that have no specific connotation but lend themselves to personal interpretations based on use or need. The same wear might become a shirt or a jacket according on the individual’s style. The outfit evolves towards urban style while keeping high technical repairs in facilities and material use, starting with the careful selection of the best raw materials, strictly Made in Italy, in which natural fibres of the greatest quality are united by the same softness.
The timeless elegance of expertly made wool and cashmere translates to approximately more excellent quality. Most noticeably, they are soft, toasty, and fluffy for an elegant look. Handcrafted fabrics such as shetland or flannels are brushed or cleaned to achieve a delicate touch and comfortable contact with the skin. Thanks to years of research, the luxurious wool in 14-micron yarn, iconic of the Boglioli collection, instead offers a cashmere-effect softness and is both yarn-dyed and garment-dyed. For an interpretation that is larger and more opulent but still has a casual character, the lute provides both smooth and ribbed surfaces designed for different times of use.
Meanwhile, the lambswool is a traditional timeless fabric that comes in both solid colour and spina fish tone on tone, up to bouclé. Color, an aspect that has always been important to Boglioli, takes centre stage this season. The colour scheme is based on two distinct palettes inspired by the autumn countryside. Particularly, tints that are vivid and reminiscent of earth colours, ranging from brown, sand, and delicate cream to the blue spectrum, from traditional navy to flow in blue, storm, and acid green. In contrast to the vibrancy of these hues, the subtle universe of grey anthracite and the refinement of black
In terms of cape outerwear from Boglioli, which is ideal for an urban look, the variety is expanding. Also, to the traditional models that are resurrected with novel treatments and fresh modelling, alongside innovative options like as bomber jackets, down coats, and the quilted vest. And the peacoat, which does, indeed, fit between the coat and the blazer. Lightweight clothing that is particularly warm due to padding made of selected technology materials. Parkas, field jackets, and huskies are available in a variety of materials, such as shetland, flannel, and wool, all of which are water-repellent.
THE JACKETS deviate from classic models and are modernised through styling. The blazer is reimagined as an outdoor garment, while Windsor Shetland is given an urban edge with bigger lapels, linear seams, and a patch pocket. Jackets with “standing” collars and no lapels, reinvented in a modern key, in a more simple and elegant version. The clothes shift direction and become more formal and classic, reintroducing the pure concept of elegance, thanks to a broad proposal and the development of constructed and lined sartorial cuts. Boglioli maintains its character by combining the formal proposition with enticing casual suits made of light flannel.
THE PANTS are produced from the same materials as the jackets, and for this collection, new styles have been developed thanks to the addition of pences, which add richness to the pant. Boglioli unveils the new garment-dyed winter shirt with a fitted collar and the “overshirts,” made of the same materials used for the jackets, to complete the collection for fall/winter 23/24, as well as a substantial development of knitwear under the jacket. To accompany the story, traditional shirts in various fabrics such as denim, flannel, tencel, and velvet, Western and Saharan, with a French collar, are worn. Unstructured jackets are also popular.