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The accelerated clash breaks out on the catwalk of Marcelo Burlon in the County of Milan

The lexical technicalities of the hyper-accelerated needs of contemporary life re-interpreted in the garments of Marcelo Burlon in the County of Milan, which underline and exalt the plasticity of the male and female body, abandoning the world of active sport to land in the metropolitan universe.

The trademark rule is the rejection of the established rules. Tailoring meets cycling, with deconstructed double-breasted blazers or single-breasted blazers of the standard fit, paired with seamless cycling shorts.

The extremes are clashing and coexist: oversized and chino trousers, tailored shorts and large denim shorts follow each other on the platform.

The volumes become decisive in the short-sleeve bowling shirts and in the military shirt-jackets; bomber, anorak, raincoats, dynamic windbreakers envelop the body.

Technical clothing from an unconscious growth of the body. The color palette is a graphic mix of white, black, steel gray with touches of bright blue, sulfur yellow, camellia.

A technofolk that performs well even in the choice of fabrics: from hydrogen-coated nylon to resined technical cotton-paper, to vinyl-coated cotton, to the light mesh and seamless seams.

My property is, without question, the backpack. To be worn on the skin in front or behind, to be buttoned on the outerwear as a harness or to be wielded in the hand. A stylistic tribute to the accelerated clash that inspires the collection.

A sneaker with a technical and sporty background, a dress with a decisive aesthetic, typical of the brand, a choice of materials and cutting-edge technical features. Allowing the man Marcelo Burlon to move dynamically from the track to the road.


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