Marcelo Burlon continues to stand out at runways of Milan Fashion Week. For 2017/18 Fall Winter collection, the Italian designer looked to today’s popular street and military-aesthetic and reinterpreted them to match his label’s ethnic and dark ethos. County of Milan reinvents itself each season, taking current trends and blending them with Marcelo's roots and personal history. The theme is post-apocalyptic, military details meet revolutionary slogans as "Cultural Armageddon" and "New Renaissance", going through bold and strong graphics such as nuclear explosions and lightning bolts.

Silhouettes are uniform-esque and loose-fitting, highlighted with eye catching details such as abstract prints, embroideries, buckles, patches, strings and more. main colours of the collection are red, black and olive, following the main palettes of the contemporary market. Marcelo's Patagonian heritage is visible also in his last collaboration with athletic brands Reebok and Kappa. Tracksuits, sporty jackets and running sneakers are embellished with Argentinian iconography.

Enjoy our backstage report by photographer Luca Ava.

 

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Discover now Marcelo Burlon's last collection.