Marcelo Burlon’s recent presentation at Milan Fashion Week proved to us one thing: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

For Fall/Winter 2015, the Milan-based designer stayed true to the brand’s DNA by delivering round of sportswear-inspired threads similar to what we saw for Spring/Summer 2015. Tribal patterns, animal prints, and pixilated ombre effects were featured across Burlon staples such as capes, basketball shorts, sweatshirts, and tees. But despite the strong streetwear/sportswear influence, the collection vibed very high-end through the use of luxe leather and extravagant silhouettes.

Though the designs were expected and very familiar, there were small details that distinguished this line from previous ones. Gun holsters, utilitarian boots, and wide-brim hats emphasized the collection’s outlaw theme, which paid homage to storied figures like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

Check out exclusive backstage photos taken at Marcelo Burlon’s Fall/Winter 2015 show below. While you wait for this range to drop, you can shop the brand’s current offerings at its online store.