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As Milan Fashion Week draws to an end, local boy (although he originally hails from Argentina) Marcelo Burlon unveils the womenswear segment of his County of Milan label’s SS17 collection. Much like his men’s offering, Burlon’s womenswear dabbles in various underground subcultures, while keeping its fingers on the pulse when it comes to modern trends.

Punchy graphics have formed the core of Burlon’s collections since day one, and the gothy, tribal images that peppered Burlon men’s show were present once again, but this time mixed up with some very now oriental motifs — tigers, eagles and the like.

Elsewhere, there’s a smattering of shredded denim, chiffon blouses (adorned with yet more far-eastern motifs) and flailing bondage trousers. Plenty of pieces for style-savvy fashion goths to sink their teeth into, then.

For more Milanese fashion vibes, check out the latest shows from Prada, Moschino and Gucci.

Words by Alec Leach
Freelance Writer/Editor/Consultant

Alec Leach grew up in Brighton, England, but now lives in Berlin

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