For Spring / Summer 2019, Josep Font, creative director of Delpozo, creates a universe of contrasts between the lush clusters of wisteria trees and the colorful Murano glass artwork of the Italian Fulvio Bianconi.
The chromatic subtlety of wisterias, from white to lilac inspire Font to create the collection’s chromatic palette in which the floral patterns predominate in fabrics such as the floral fil coupé in mauve tones and a delicate tulle with sequins embroidered that bring a touch of freshness to dresses, shirts and cocktail skirts.
The floral notes acquire importance through vibrant colors such as fuchsia or red, in which printed jacquard volumes turn into structured yet light pieces.
A translucid organza with pink neon motifs and overlaid embroidered flowers in flowy dresses complete this play on textures and contrasts of Font in which organic embroidery gives the final touch to the garments.
The color symphony of the Fulvio Bianconi’s objects are captured by Font in trousers, shirts and tunics. The Murano glass is turned into fluid and relaxed designs in striped silk georgette. They reflect the unique beauty and light that radiate the Bianconi vases. Font plays with asymmetries and ruffles in pink-green and blue-coral hues; he also combines natural fabrics like linen for garments with a delicate raw appearance in shades of raspberry, aquamarine or sand and decorated with resin and mirror buttons; and, embellishes knitwear with pointelle and fringes reminiscing the leading trees.
For this season the accessories take the Murano glass as inspiration turning the Roman sandals into an ensemble of embroidery of wavy sequins contrasting with soft transparent vinyl and resin pieces modeling prisms. The new Abanico bag is introduced into the Delpozo family of accessories, in which the mix of leather and raffia creates unexpected volumes. The last touch are the delicate headpieces that fall over the models’ faces just like the branches of the wisteria tree.
The spring-summer 2019 collection is a celebration of nature and wrapped in light for the Delpozo woman.