Under the direction of designer Jay Vosoghi, Boglioli is developing into a brand that can do more than just make those coveted unstructured blazers. Today the soft, hand-stitched jackets were still present, but Vosoghi added a cohesive sensibility to the line, as well as many new, just as covetable pieces.
This time around the highlight was on bottom, not on top. In search of a more relaxed look and feel to the collection, Vosoghi crafted what might just be the perfect pleated trousers—straight and relaxed, with just a bit of extra volume on top. Now seems like a good time to shake off the pleated-pants hangover many of us still have from the nineties. That's not to say the jackets weren't just as good as ever, crafted in Irish linen, jacquard, piqué, silk, and terrycloth. Vosoghi nodded to the seventies throughout with bigger lapels, pajama-like safari jackets, colorful stripes, and trim Bermuda shorts.
Perhaps the most impressive item was the slightly structured wool and silk suit, made with no visible stitching for a clean, minimal appearance—somewhat of a departure for the brand that once helped make the hand-stitched look a status symbol for young sartorially minded fellas. It proved that Boglioli has more than one trick up its unlined sleeve.