London Fashion Week: Delpozo FW18

Diana Bell-Heather   |   19 - 02 - 2018

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The Delpozo FW18 show delivered sparkle and structural shapes to London Fashion Week.

 

It was the first time the brand showed during LFW after moving from their usual New York schedule and Londoners have a lot to be grateful for. Josep Font’s architectural background is reflected in his designs that can be described as wearable couture. He played with neutral shades of camel and navy but then added splashes of pop pink and sunshine yellow to lift the whole outfit.

 

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A lot of the collection took inspiration from nature seen in floral print gowns that looked like they were painted onto the model. A French artist Ines Longevial was also an influence and that artistic approach to fashion was reflected in oversized lotus shaped belts, 3D embellishment on skirts, asymmetric tunics and jackets and our favourite structured trousers.

 

Delpozo manages to retain the femininity yet every piece feels powerful and individual.

 

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