Marcelo Burlon is an editor, stylist, creative director, DJ, sound and event organizer, PR guy, photographer and videographer.
And that's the short list.
The Patagonia-born, Milan-based multitasker embodies an intimidating aspect of working in your desired field today: you have to do everything. You have to be everything. If you're a musician, that means you can write, produce, preform your own tracks, man your various social media platforms, shoot your own spots, hype your own shit, spin at some local bars, do your...phew. Gotta sit down.
But Burlon is doing it. And doing it. (And doing it well). He currently heads up the famed Pink is Punk parties, curates events for Versace, Maison Martin Margiela, Alexander McQueen and more, and, naturally, threw some DJing in there to complete the floor-length list. Now, the 35-year-old has released his latest venture, in a spring/summer lookbook: t-shirts.
Marcelo Burlon County of Milan's line of tees are bold, kaleidoscopic, almost aggressive. The graphics - inspired by Patagonian Mapuches crosses, feathers from the backs of Argentinian birds, and a little muse named Lea T - are artfully draped across the neckline, scattered on the shoulders, or on an all-over print. Head over to Burlon's site to cop, or check the pieces out on SOTO, where they'll be available soon.
[via Marcelo Burlon]