Inside the latest Delpozo PF17 collection from Creative Director Josep Font

by team Paris Social diary, photography by Courtesy | 12 January, 2017

A blend between marine blue, burnt orange, dark green, ruby red, with an embroidered deep purple organdy with vainica, a handmade finishing distinctive of the house, and a fun touch of Shocking Pink wool found in a dress coat and the newly introduced Bow flat mule; fire up the color palette of season. The strong use of vibrant colors with a base of ivory dreamt by Niemeyer and the multiple découpage inspired by the floral artistry of Delany are the forces behind Delpozo’s Pre-Fall 2017 collection.

The curve of Niemeyer, like for Font, is a bold statement about escaping the straight line. Creamy pencil skirts accentuate softly the hip, cape cut blouses, and A-line dresses with curved and full rounded sleeves are some of the silhouettes for this season, creating space and movement. Niemeyer brings fantasy and poetry to a collection filled with fuchsia, red, cerulean blue and orange. Knit comes in a seven-thread intarsia technique that remind one of the color block visual effect found in many of the architect’s buildings known for tracing organic motives.