Friday, May 16, 2014
Fashion Musings | From the Runway: Delpozo S/S 2014
First thoughts when thinking of gypsies include fluorescent-colored fabrics, millions of gold bangles and going barefoot, but after being inspired by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot's Gypsy with a Tambourine painting and glass cathedral windows, Josep Font's spring collection reveals perhaps another kind of gypsy, in the form of sheer draping, delicate pleating, effortlessly crafted sweetheart necklines, voluminous skirts and suddenly swept off my feet by such an elegant and ladylike take on la bohème.
Can't quite get enough of the drama and the romance and the oozing easiness that moves in each piece. Another thing to love about this collection (as if there aren't enough reasons) - various options for the feminine and also for the tomboy - have been known to switch between the two like day and night! The sexiest sheer button down, carefully crafted high-waisted shorts and perfectly knit sweaters...so much to adore.
Much more below.
Photos: Ann Street Studio | Style.com | Miss Moss | Future Claw | Official Delpozo Facebook