Marcelo Burlon continues his travel to the future of streetwear, where everyone aims to get a milestone in the sportswear history, he answers with a mix and match style, clearly in contrast with everyone else. “Visually, they look super wrong, the way they combine clothes, [such as mixing] animal prints with sportswear, [but] for us, it’s super right,” said the designer backstage, “It started with this idea of an amusement park that has been abandoned—there’s a spookiness”. The resultant line gives a dark rave appeal, where hits of neon colours meet acid animalier prints, camo staples blend with velvet fabrics. The collection includes textured parkas, color blocked tops, striped fake furs, sequined baseball jackets, neon printed denims and tailored blazers.
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