Cotton, linen or cashmere: The basis of any item of clothing by Boglioli are finest natural fibres, often used to create Boglioli’s characteristic washed vintage look. The brand’s most recognisable masterpiece is the casual K-Jacket, a smart-casual jacket with an “unconstructed” design, i.e. without lining or padding. The distinct workmanship provides for a contemporary elegant yet casual look and a perfectly authentic drape of the high-quality fabric, presenting it to the best of its capacity. There is no need to fear that the jackets might be of a lesser quality or sturdiness due to the missing lining. Quite the contrary: A flawless, accurate and tidy finishing is required to create this open look. The brand’s collection is generally characterised by special dying or washing effects as well as particularly exclusive Italian tailoring. Boglioli’s distinctive jackets aside, the brand is also renowned for high-quality double-face cashmere products.
The long-standing company history of Boglioli began around 1900 with the opening of a men’s tailor shop in the northern Italian town of Gambara. The company gained a very good reputation with its accurately finished designs and was able to produce on behalf of other companies since 1970, benefiting from an excellent order situation. A focus on production under the brand’s own name was not re-established until 1990. Brothers Stefano, Mario and Pierluigi Boglioli introduced the casual and elegant signature style Boglioli is well-known for today. The long-established business skilfully balances tradition and innovation. Prior to his work for the Lombard luxury brand, CEO Johnny Mannucci has worked, among others, for Hugo Boss. Boglioli is the ideal place to go for discerning and style-conscious men. The luxurious Italian-made creations feature contemporary looks combined with the high-quality craftsmanship Italy is famous for. Boglioli stands for an authentic appearance, whatever your heart desires, from smart-casual jackets to trousers.