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El Charro Negro

El Charro Negro

The new collection is based on the Yeehaw black aesthetic, which was inspired by a trip to Mexico. Falling in love with the Charro culture. This is a sequel to the AW17 Billism collection, as the designers found themselves mixing western Mexican style with their usual sartorial punk, heavy metal work and expanding on what was covered on billism.

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