BEST of the BEST 2014 | Style | Men’s Fashion | Innovative Sportswear: Boglioli
The first Boglioli sportswear collection overseen by design director Jay Vosoghi evokes the aesthetic of 1960s Milan, where designers, artists, and architects adopted a unique style of dress that emphasized relaxed elegance with an individual flair—a look that has significantly influenced contemporary designs. “A bohemian-chic mix of ideas was taking place that blended layers of colors and patterns in perfect proportion,” says Vosoghi, who presents solidly cut jackets, vests, and trousers with unique fabric washes or subdued patterns and a slightly retro sensibility. From left: double-breasted jacket ($1,495), shirt ($345), tie ($245), scarf ($295), and pants ($375); jacket ($1,045), Eton suit ($2,195), shirt ($345), and tie ($175); Navajo sweater ($1,495), vest ($595), shirt ($345), scarf ($345), and pants ($395). (646.781.9754, www.boglioli.it) Spalwart sneakers available at Dover Street Market; watches by Chopard.