His native Patagonia’s folk tradition continues to be the biggest source of inspiration for Marcelo Burlon. This season, the creative director introduced a new allover pattern, a constellation map, which was printed on cool bomber jackets and maxi puffers, while wordings with a spiritual connotation appeared on the back of urban parkas.
Traditional Argentine textile geometric motifs were rendered on jacquard sweaters, sometimes featuring cotton fleece inserts, but also on cozy blankets to wrap around the shoulder during chilly nights.
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The brand’s streetwear aesthetic, which this season felt more elevated and mature, was also peppered with workwear influences, resulting, for example, in trucker jackets with corduroy collars, as well as in plaid padded shirts with snap buttons.
Bleached effects and checkered patterns in blue color combinations gave a cool twist to denim, while printed sartorial suits seemed targeted to young artists who want to take the stage wearing a bold look.
Launch Gallery: Marcelo Burlon County of Milan Men's Fall 2021