Friday, 13 March 2015

Delpozo - NYFW

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Not my usually style but I fell in love with Delpozo's collection in NYFW - maybe it was the beautiful winter wonderland background setting? The bold colour palette filled with beautiful blue and green hues, blush, a rich chocolate brown, black, nude, post box red, neon yellow, grey, orange and white. Every colour under the sun and on such a beautiful array of fabrics from voile, crepe, felt to wool, velvet, mohair, alpaca, silk to leather all accumulated into a well crafted and absolutely stunning collection. The Australian artist Rhys Lee and Russian painter Andrey Remnev's modern interpretation of the Pre-Raphaelite spirit was the inspiration behind the Creative Director of the ready to wear couture house, Josep Font's catwalk show. 

Embellishments took form in 3D applique, origami folds and sequins too and the juxtaposition between the sheer materials and the block colours was awe-inspiring. I love how structural this whole collection is, it has a very strong architectural feel throughout it whilst also highlighting romance. 

Favourite parts about the collection: oversized sleeves, long line coats, powerful statement knits, use of velvet and use of bold colours on neutrals. 

Gee x

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