Jump Forward with the Boggi Milano Autumn Winter 2015/16 Collection




Located at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands is the Boggi Milano flagship store, an Italian fashion brand for men. 


Introducing the new Autumn Winter 2015/16 line from Boggi Milano, it is themed "Jump forward" as it is all that is needed, a quick step in the right direction, appropriate for the trendspotting, fashion savvy male who wants to keep looking the role with the most convenience. 


It is about urban dandies, the soft textiles and coats that are perfect for all occasions, an "Italian dandy" look that is brought about by the macro-effect glen plaid (in blue and rust) and gingham (in green and tobacco tones) that are worn over sweaters with pronounced, round necklines to let the wearer’s necktie show through.


Boggi Milano’s boucl√© jacket was given a slim cut and yet continuing to maintain a soft fit, a fundamental characteristic of this season. In the Autumn Winter 2015/16 collection, it is offered in tobacco and azure tones, deconstructed, and single or double breasted. 



The suits are “Gentleman style” or “Contemporary sartorial”: deconstructed and slim fit with ultra- comfortable, high thread count, natural stretch fabrics to be worn with a waistcoat – the must-have of the season. The three button suit, a Boggi classic, is offered in a 3-roll-2 style with trousers with an 18 cm opening at the hem to emphasize the new meaning of “fit”.

Mix and match your clothes, as you may choose to layer ancient materials such as boiled wool with ultra-modern technical ones such as neoprene, while paying attention to detail. It proposes a way of dressing that is innovative and has a sophisticated sensory experience as part of the DNA in the 39 line and its natural inclination towards the casual world.


With all that has been said, Boggi Milano's collection has been designed specially for the contemporary man who loves to mix and match his outfits, so if you are looking for a suit, you know where to look!

Boggi Milano
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, B2-234/235


Writer: Samuel Low

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