Monday, February 10, 2014

Delpozo ready-to-wear fall 2014

The collection I was waiting the most to see during NYFW was Delpozo. A recently new face in the fashion world, but with his last collection has caught the attention of fashionistas from all over the world by storm. And it didn't disappoint me. 
The colors of Italian artist Duilio Barnabé’s paintings and the retro-futuristic atmosphere of “Logan’s Run” merged to inspire Josep Font’s beautiful fall collection for Madrid-based Delpozo.

The lineup touched different notes, from feminine and ethereal to severe and powerful. The contrasting moods were unified under a strong couture sensibility, a distinguishing feature of Font’s ready-to-wear efforts.
His collection opened with overcoats, dresses and separates in sculpted A-line silhouettes. These included a beige maxi cape with pointed shoulders and a brown zip jacket with a petal-like maxi collar embroidered with a floral motif, worn over a flared mini-skirt.
Then, the clothes became softer with mohair sweaters and pretty organza and chiffon styles, such as a pleated evening shirtdress (complete with train), embroidered with crystals and sequins in floral shapes.

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