The ’90s weren’t just a black hole of JNCOs, Airwalks and Oakleys. There were some game-changing guys who shaped a new look for menswear with track suits, combat boots, and oversized casual t-shirts. Think about your favorite rappers, grunge rockers and TV legends sporting alternative 90s style fashion. The Marcelo Burlon Fall 2017 collection was derived from the originators of 90s style. Think Johnny Depp, Ice Cube, Nas, Woody Harrelson, and Christian Slater.
The goal for the Marcelo Burlon fall 2017 collection was to help men shop for core wardrobe pieces. The collection included hype tees and button-downs, military style trousers, and utility sport jackets. Burlon collaborated with popular design brands like Reebok, Starter, Alpha Industries, Kappa, and Ilariuss, keeping functionality in mind.
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In total, Marcelo Burlon’s collection was a mash up of extreme proportions and bold silhouettes with strict tailoring. The collection was tribal, militaristic, and essentially the new look of menswear today.