Inspired by the British history and tradition
Boglioli F/W collection this time finds the inspiration from Great-Britain, combining Boglioli’s contemporary look with British elegant and sophisticated heritage.
All about materials
The thing that draws attention when going through the collection is definitely the innovative use of materials, fabrics and different treatments. There’s a lot of tweed (British and Irish), knickerbocker fabrics with tartan, prince of wales and check patterns, scribbled wool, over-dyed velvet and carded silk, printed corduroy, tweed cotton and of course cashmere.
Eton is the newest addition to collection of Boglioli suits, named after one the most famous and historic British colleges. Eton suit is made of carded flannel that during the making process undergoes exclusive “double washing” treatment that makes the flannel fabric resemble a sepia-colored pinstripe look. The washing also gives the suit a look as it just came out from an old 1950’s photograph, yet it maintains the distinctive and contemporary shape and look that will be suitable for any business meeting.
It has to be said that this Boglioli collection is one those, which pictures doesn’t make justice for and that should be seen in real. However from the pictures below you’re hopefully able to get a sneak peek of the details, fabrics and finishing that in the end makes the difference…
Use of color
The color palette, which as seen focuses on rustic brown, golden oak, military olive, ginger bread and legion blue finds it’s inspiration from and the work of avant-garde artist Bruno Contenotte.
Below you’ll find Conteonettes art that also was presented at the house of Boglioli in Florence. The lesson to be learned, as stated by the brand itself is how color occupies space, how it organises it and finally, how it also shapes it. Something you should also keep in mind when thinking of the color palette you use in your wardrobe.
Three first photos of the post courtesy of Boglioli-facebook.