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NYFW Photo Diary: It's All in the Details at Delpozo

Courtesy of HL Group
Josep Font and Kiernan Shipka

Twelve shots from the front row and backstage that will make you swoon.

Pier 59 at NYC's Chelsea Piers, decked with strings of globe lights with Parisian café accordion music playing and overlooking the Hudson River, set the stage for Delpozo's inspired spring 2016 collection.

Creative director Josep Font turned out 42 looks, each with what can only be described as couture-like craftsmanship. Delicate fringe, exaggerated ruffles, hand-crocheted blooms — a highlight of NYFW from beginning to end.

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The runway also marked the debut of Delpozo¹s first-ever handbags (in smooth black, emerald, camel and canary-yellow calfskin and floral embroideries), which were paired with bugle-bead shoes that softly shimmy-shaked as the models walked in them.

Mad Men actress Kiernan Shipka was seated front-row along with legendary fashion icon Iris Apfel.

Here, 11 more snapshots from the presentation.

Touches of gold with embroidery in leaf-shaped sequins.

Emerald green and strawberry pink.

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Font's mood board backstage, which also doubled as the prettiest show notes.

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Delicate fringe detailing.

Oversized bows and iridescent floral appliques. 

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Outrageously gorgeous footwear.

Ethereal, fluid fabric and fluorescent feather accents.

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A look at the label's brand new Delpozo Doctor bag.

Couture-like craftsmanship floated down the runway with floral embroideries inspired by Garcia Lorca's Gypsy Ballads.

Pointy-toe slingback flatforms.

Pops of color.

Photos courtesy of Carol McColgin

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