Garden inspirations and Inès Longevial in the FW18 collection
American labels are not the only ones leaving New York for an European capital; the Madrid-based brand Delpozo is one of the brands that chose London as the new location where to showcase its latest collection for Fall/Winter 2018.
A fusion between art and nature stands behind the concept, that acquires the inevitable sculptural imprint that distinguishes the formal architect’s fashion, who likes playing with the shapes and the lines of his designs.
Inspiration springs from the lilies and lotuses petals that Josep Font found in the unpublished National Geographic imagery from the 1930s. Therefore, the optimistic use of sunny colours in French artist Inès Longevial inspired his imagination for conceiving his new creations.
His dreamy aesthetic is expressed throughout asymmetries, curving lines and color-blocked shapes that follow the body shapes. Optimistic chromatic tones as lemon yellow, pink and blue convey the idea of a spring awakening. Pencil silhouettes are tied with 3D leather belts that have the appearance of blooming flowers, while faux-fur flowers sit on the collars of coats.
Asymmetries are a recurrent topic of this collection: tailleurs and trousers have irregular displacements of fabrics, longer on one side and draped into flowing volumes.
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