Mood board: The loveliest colour palette in Milan – saturated with moody sea greens, perfectly judged rust browns and vivid slate greys – all collided with modern, simple and deadly chic tailoring to create a superb fashion show from Boglioli. Designer Davide Marello is proving he knows exactly how to steer this classic menswear brand into crisp, cool, and very covetable territory.
Best in show: To be honest, it all looked great. But the finest pieces included printed silk shirts with subtle floral prints that were paired with deep indigo trousers and scarves. Also great were the sturdy safari jackets with work wear pockets elevated with upscale khaki pants.
Finishing touches: The look was rigorously elegant and at the same time effortless. Lace up brogues and proper loafers looked just right with the narrow cropped pants and even paired with socks and worn with Bermuda linen shorts.
Photography: Jason Lloyd-Evans
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