Delpozo Spring Summer 2018 NYFW

For Delpozo’s Spring Summer 2018, creative director Josep Font drew his inspirations from a self-taught Slovakian photographer Maria Svarbova’s “Swimming pools” series, which the brand was hinting the whole pre-show week via their instagram stories, alongside the crisp music of bon vivant composer Xavier Cugat. Presented at Pier 59 Studios, the catwalk was accompanied by an orchestra playing Cugat’s music.
The collection got that musical flow with a wide range of silhouettes with curved seams in skirts and tops; dresses, sculpted at the waist; ruffles cascading with their own delicate rhythm; pleats and flounces in bownand petal shapes as if the wind has blown over and had them land, carefully, on necklines and shoulders; and the Muguet sleeve, voluminous yet weightless.

The color palette was ranging from warm sand hues filled with colorful prints in shades of red, yellow, orange, turquoise, powder pink and opal green, and some swimming pool blue hues.

The show started off with a model striding down in ivory one shoulder gown worn over an orange collared shirt, accessorized with a big raffia Bow turban. The Big bow silhouette has always been a staple of the house, and now it is reimagined in patchwork and in a natural material as raffia.
There was some refreshing embroidery of exotic flora inspired by the Diphylleia,a flower that turns translucent when it rains.

Once again, Josep Font let his imagination run wild, what left us breathless.

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