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New for fall but with a colorful spring in it's step - Issey Miyake AW17/18 has arrived in store!
Dad wears many hats. If he's less fedora and more cap we've got him covered. No pun intended.
When are metallics not in?
Lurex was developed and patented in the mid century. From film to the dawn of disco and up until the AW16 runways the metallic fabric has had a luxurious history.
This season we see it in store, in editorials and of course on the catwalk. Whether for men or women, separates or slinky gowns, lurex isn't reserved just for The Holidays, but for everyday.
Below is a taste of what we have at Boboli.
It's always a good idea to dress weather appropriate. The great news is the bulk of designers agree and are embracing down. Even better news is style wise, anything goes. The choices in fabric, color, texture and shape are endless. The current AW trend is practical and perfect for our West Coast climate and our outdoor lifestyle. If you need to invest in outerwear this season - our vote is for down.
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As with most trends the bomber jacket is steeped in a history of practicality and necessity. Traditionally designed as military flight-jackets made to withstand cold temperatures at high altitudes, without the bulk of say, an afghan or a full length fur coat, the streamlined bomber jacket was born. As flight advanced and aircrafts changed so did the bomber jacket, undergoing a few iterations over the early years of military flight. From leather and shearling (still stylish and hitting runways this fall) to lighter weight nylon and wool the staple jacket was soon adopted by civilians.
This is not the first season the bomber has hit the catwalk. For both men and women the trend is huge for AW16. From basic black nylon to purple fur - most of the menswear runways had a version of the iconic jacket. A great piece for that tricky time of year between mild autumn days and crisp winter mornings the bomber jacket has the benefit of never really going out of style.
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The red beanie is an Alexandre Mattiussi (and AMI) trademark. Now we can wear the emblem ourselves. Along with the signature headwear AMI invites us to be part of their wolf pack by way of wolf patches. Picking up where the fruit and flowers of past seasons left off, a howling wolf graces classic AMI pieces including button-up shirts, pull-overs and cardigans.
This year we're thrilled to be carrying Ami footwear that not only looks great but comes paired with new socks. These types of small and thoughtful details are why we love this line so much.
Neil Barrett just got a little bit more punk-rock.
The new fall collection has started to arrive, complete with 'piercings'. Now in store!
Chunky knits, to flame stitch Fall Missoni has arrived in store!
Dad: sometimes he's not the easiest to buy for.
But that's no problem for us - we have plenty of ideas. From an anything-but-cliché tie to a luxury backgammon set - we've got Father's Day covered.
A Boboli staple and a versatile addition to any wardrobe. These pleated basics are perfect for travel or everyday. No need for ironing or dry cleaning (heat in general is not reccomended for maintaining the pleats and shape of the garment) just add water. Worn easily as separates or coordinates - the collection is a "no brainer".
We're excited to announce the arrival of Wooster + Lardini SS16.
Here's a video introducing you to Nick Wooster & his sartorial taste.
Hot of the presses - The new SS16 Issey Miyake Men's collection is now in store!
Black and white and rad all over.
New Neil Barrett Men's SS16 collection - Now in store!
In 2012's Skyfall Daniel Craig sported Orlebar Brown swim trunks as he glided across a pool overlooking the Shanghai skyline.
Now in the 24th instalment of the Bond franchise we've spotted two more of our favorite designers as worn by actors Ben Whishaw and Lea Seydoux.
Say what you will about Spectre - we love the inclusion of Missoni on Bond's Quartermaster and Tabitha Simmons roaming the cobblestone streets of Tangiers.
Our favorite west coast wear - Massimo Alba's knits, coats & cords provide the perfect timeless layers for our temperamental weather.