Delpozo Catwalk Fashion Show London Womenswear SS2019

September 17, 2018 by  
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Pretty aqua painted artwork clips on DelPozo’s Instagram had us tiptoeing towards the SS2019 collection presentation over the last few days. A lovely light yet colourful countdown (DelPozo’s signature) that had us guessing what the show’s theme would be. With Josep Font as creative director the Spanish brand delivered a light hearted collection filled with transparency.

Inspired by the work of Murano glass artist Fulvio Bianconi Font created countless looks with sheer parts and see through details. With some models it even felt like you could see right through them, yet their clothes obviously were too beautiful to miss. Hand embroidered, nature inspired details on tops and dresses gave the collection an extra touch of delicacy. Although the light colored, ruffled and draped ensembles already spoke of next level elegancy.

Floral shaped headpieces and silver colored gladiator sandals embellished with petal shaped details gave a dreamy, light touch to the looks the fresh faced models wore. Looks that certainly had a lot going on, yet thanks to the color palette, the silhouette and the effortless way the clothes were worn looked simple and modest.

For next summer those button down blouses, knee length skirts, tea dresses and one shoulder, draped tops is all we want to wear. Oh and everything in this lovely palette of mint green, white and lilac hues please.

DelPozo Catwalk Fashion Show London FW2018

February 19, 2018 by  
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The Spanish label DelPozo switched New York for London and staged the show at the Royal Institute of British Architects. The collection was about the fuse of nature and art, with happy colors and simple, curving lines that followed the shapes of the body.

Elegant and sculptural leather belts done in lily-pad shapes cinched many a trouser and dress waist while big faux-fur flowers — in electric blue or bougainvillea pink — sat on the collars of coats, or covered small clutch bags.
Color combinations were offbeat, with some working a treat, as in a marine blue A-line dress with a bright yellow collar, a long cinnamon coat with a pale blue flower belt, and a pink dress with feather-light red tulle panels at the side.

Other combinations veered more toward the Neapolitan ice cream sundae — in particular the light brown and yellow exploded hound’s tooth capes and the pink, camel and cream color blocks on an A-line dress and trousers.

Delpozo Spring / Summer 2018 New York

October 11, 2017 by  
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DelPozo Catwalk Fashion Show Womenswear SS2018 New York

September 14, 2017 by  
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The collection of Josep Font for DelPozo was inspired by the kitschy poolside glamour of Esther Williams and the music by Xavier Cuga. A retro world with soirees at the Waldorf Astoria. And without getting on the campy side of that world, Font came up with modern flamboyance, color and concept.
The models walked through the sunlit space at Pier 59 Studios in vivid combinations of red, white, pink, yellow and aqua blue with pert straw bow headpieces while the band Negro Helado, dressed in white tuxedos, performed throwback easy-listening tunes. Daywear was done in architectural shapes — sportswear in sculpted but minimal curves — in mostly ivory punctuated by a pop of fluorescent yellow or orange.

Font also let his imagination run wild with blown-out red paisley prints on a molded coatdress worn over aqua pants, or an aqua and white honeycomb sundress with a bright yellow strap and a wave of sculpted ruffles at the shoulder, hip and hem. There were rainbow-colored tulle gowns and a dress in blue, red and silver lame flowers with puffed tulle sleeves.

DelPozo Fashion Show New York Womenswear SS2016

September 17, 2015 by  
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With undeniably the dreamiest collection of this week Delpozo had us all on the edges of our seats. With looks that stepped right out of wonderland Josep Font made us forget about Snapchatting our show perspective. This was super sweet pastel perfection. Inspired by Austrian designer Emilie Flöge a.o. the most fresh and modern creations followed up on each other. Mint and metallic appeared to form the loveliest color pair to start with as Font continued to show off his amazing eye for shade combining. With every new look the silhouette changed, showing Font’s skills in playing with volume and texture. And though this all could easily have turned too comic-y the designer not once took it too far. A long striped and belted raffia vest seemed the chicest thing for spring. Ruffles and polka dots (typical Spanish) surprised, seen in a different palette and perspective. And we can endlessly continue our praises.. But let’s just wrap this review up by expressing how cool this fairytale like collection would look on the red carpet. We’d love, no, we need, to see that floor sweeping green and pink number, that white and pink embroidered tule gown and that sequined nude layered dress during upcoming award season. Period.