Marcelo Burlon took his guests on a trip to Argentina’s Patagonia region, his native land. Malambo dancers performing with traditional boleadoras opened the show, which offered Burlon’s signature take on streetwear.
Patagonian symbols mixed with elements from the Nineties rave and clubbing culture added a graphic touch to a range of urban staples, including oversize nylon parkas, T-shirts, hooded sweatshirts, track pants and nylon parkas. The latter were embellished with pockets and protective padding for a utilitarian look. On the catwalk, the brand also unveiled the fruits of Burlon’s collaboration with Italian eyewear manufacturer Marcolin. The capsule collection included a leather aviator, an acetate frame and an optical style with clip-on sunglasses.