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

Delpozzo Photo Diary Main - SQ 2016
Courtesy of Carol McColgin

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 DELPOZOModels 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