“This is the girl who matches with my man,” said Marcelo Burlon, referring to the image he created for his women’s spring collection. Asian elements were big in the lineup, which included kimonos, Samurailike skirts worn over pants, Manga-inspired lace-up trousers, as well as embroideries of tigers, snakes and herons. The animals appeared on distressed denim jackets, zippered dresses and short pants, all infused with a street, urban feel. They also peppered sheer silk shirts which, along with the distressed silk pieces, introduced a more quintessentially feminine attitude in the collection. While sticking to his aesthetic guns, Burlon managed to deliver a more mature and complete offering targeting not only his loyal crew of young night birds but a wider range of customers.