The collection finds inspiration in the colours of Venetian palaces reflected in the water of the canals, radiant plays of light, with shades which can be either strong and compact or nuanced and intangible. Precious raw materials, harmonious details, sometimes intense and sometimes indecisive colours, unique and unexpected nuances are born under the direction and intuition of Michele Brustia, combined with the touch and experience of Marco Re.
Cotton, linen, wool and silk: fibers that have their own light and embellish the fabrics, creating new combinations such as cotton and tencel, cotton and linen, cotton and silk. Pure fine linens and velvets with a soft hand, as light as a veil but lively and snappy, lead us into summer. Cotton and jersey treated with the innovative "mineral" dye, made with dyes derived from the earth such as coal, avocado and peach. The dyeing process becomes eco-friendly, our goal is to become more responsible for the planet in which we live.
The material’s rebirth through new shapes, the outerwear changes appearance to create new objects. The completely deconstructed Picasso jacket, the Hemingway jacket with safari details, the Biker jacket built in garment-dyed denim. Softness, the finest materials and fabric treatments make the Boglioli lifestyle unique. The new shirts are worn as deconstructed jackets, with hollowed-out collars and soft cuffs, made using only high quality garment-dyed, washed or super-light jersey materials. The knitwear collection evolves, streetwear inspires sweatshirts and jogging pants in garment-dyed cashmere cottons. The offer is completed by sweaters in crepe cotton with a crisp feel and relaxed volumes.
Boglioli takes inspiration from the past to redesign the future. A collection created to be a manifesto of a new way of being, as well as dressing: a style destined to last over time, slower, of good quality, aware and responsible. The Boglioli man does not follow fashion as a fact, but has a personal taste, in total freedom.