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DelpozoSpring Summer 2015 Top 10 Collections of the Season

Runway Review
11/26/2014 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

Delpozo is officially one of the hottest tickets during New York Fashion Week and fashion in general. The Madrid brand with Creative Director Josep Font at the design helm has fortuitously enlivened and modernized the memory of Jesus Del Pozo while shifting the label into a globally-known fashion force. Delpozo opened its first U.S. flagship not even a year ago in Miami, ceremoniously making Font's animated and flawlessly-constructed designs up for public ogling. In true form, the label's Spring collection toed the line between functional ready-to-wear and couture, built on ideas that would be divergent otherwise, but come together in a harmonious blend of structure and delicacy.

As a former architecture student, Font has always been fascinated with form and he went back to one of his main inspirations for each lineup from the brand: art. The environmental art of Bavarian artist Nils Udo and the glass pieces of German father and son duo Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka coalesced to inform the looks at hand.

The assortment's palette was springtime-perfect, yet restrained at first, in shades of white, navy, and turquoise. A fold-detailed blazer layered over a button-front shirt and navy full skirt were anchored with patent and mesh rosette-detailed lace-up booties: in case the look had become too conventional. A hidden button-placket jacket felt casual with short sleeves and roomy skirted shorts, but was injected with that quintessential Delpozo ethereal spirit with strappy flower-embroidered sandals.

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11/26/2014 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

Delpozo is officially one of the hottest tickets during New York Fashion Week and fashion in general. The Madrid brand with Creative Director Josep Font at the design helm has fortuitously enlivened and modernized the memory of Jesus Del Pozo while shifting the label into a globally-known fashion force. Delpozo opened its first U.S. flagship not even a year ago in Miami, ceremoniously making Font's animated and flawlessly-constructed designs up for public ogling. In true form, the label's Spring collection toed the line between functional ready-to-wear and couture, built on ideas that would be divergent otherwise, but come together in a harmonious blend of structure and delicacy.

As a former architecture student, Font has always been fascinated with form and he went back to one of his main inspirations for each lineup from the brand: art. The environmental art of Bavarian artist Nils Udo and the glass pieces of German father and son duo Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka coalesced to inform the looks at hand.

The assortment's palette was springtime-perfect, yet restrained at first, in shades of white, navy, and turquoise. A fold-detailed blazer layered over a button-front shirt and navy full skirt were anchored with patent and mesh rosette-detailed lace-up booties: in case the look had become too conventional. A hidden button-placket jacket felt casual with short sleeves and roomy skirted shorts, but was injected with that quintessential Delpozo ethereal spirit with strappy flower-embroidered sandals.

Read more here


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