Delpozo Fall/Winter 2017

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It’s a milestone season for Delpozo and its creative mastermind, Josep Font, as the label celebrates 10 years, and Font, five at the label. The designer sent a bold “prêt-à-couture” collection down the runway, which while keeping true to Font’s architectural undertones, drew some influence from the post-impressionist French avant-garde art movement and Fauvism. Midnight blacks, deep burgundies and blues, and dark greens were balanced with splashes of cerulean blue and bright orange. Patterns and color-blocking were heavily present in the variety of structured overcoats with oversized sleeves and broad shoulders, pleated pants, embossed jacquard and silk lamé pieces, and floral organza print, an abstract pattern designed in-house. Some had a space-agey vibe by way of turtle neck sweaters with head-hugging hoods, which were especially interesting when layered under evening gowns—a look to consider on frigid nights on the gala circuit, perhaps.

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