From styling, photography and film-making to clubbing and art direction, Marcelo Burlon has effectively established himself as a one-man venture. However, Marcelo Burlon has recently found success in his latest venture, a well-received fashion line. The Argentinian designer infuses each of his designs with bold motifs and visuals that combine an plethora of Burlon’s own experiences and influences.
Printed on graphic tees and crewnecks, the Marcelo Burlon fashion imprint serves as the equivilant of a blank canvas. Any one piece features a plethora of graphics designed by Giorgio Di Salvo and boasts a range of Argentinian feathers, esoteric symbols and nods to various cultural influences. For Fall/Winter 2013 we highlighted a few of the pieces through an editorial shot by Mae Elizabeth Gurene including the Scuba Felpa Tecnica Pullover, Aguila Tee, Olga Sun Tee, and the Shemesh Tee.
as well as in-store via our Moreland Ave. location.