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NYFW Photo Diary: 9 Details Not to Be Missed at Delpozo

Courtesy of Carol McColgin
Holographic mesh pants with an embellished and fluid top.

See the highlights from Josep Font's dreamy show.

Delpozo is quickly becoming one of the hottest tickets. Creative director Josep Font’s “pret-a-couture” designs — emphasis on volume, color and sumptuous details — are much more elaborate than other ready-to-wear looks seen during NYFW.

Inspiration for fall 2016 came from the 1927 sci-fi film Metropolis as well as digital artist Daria Petrilli’s illustrations of Victorian women and nature (dreamy landscapes, flowers and fancy birds) — the result was a mix of futuristic holographic mesh, metallic embroideries and laser-cut blooms. 

EMBELLISHED FOR DAYS: Emerald green top-handle bag and gloves embroidered with metallic pailettes.

DELICATELY DIVINE: Delicate floral-beaded embroidery and bows.

TEAM DELPOZO: Models notes backstage and Font’s sketches of all 39 looks.

TINY TOTE: A new mini version of the designer’s bags that debuted last spring — now embellished with Bordeaux sequins. 

SHINE ON: Sequin derby shoes.

WORK OF ART: A pop of color and evening gloves with floral leather appliques.

DETAILS FOR DAYS: Iridescent and metallic accents on a color-block knit.

PRETTY IN PLEATS: Swishy carwash pleats in a bold geometric print.

All photos by Carol McColgin

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