Runway Review: Delpozo Spring 2015

Sculptural expressions of nature. That’s how we’d sum up the Delpozo show. Creative Director Josep Font remained loyal to the brand’s modern, sleek silhouettes but injected some fresh-air fun into the collection. Think green mini-pinafores with matching platform wedges, leafy wisps meandering from the ankle ties, and blue cracked-mosaic effect skirts, housing flashes of lime green tulle. The synergy between the themes, and the attention to detail created a brilliant balance – the forest print waistcoat dress traveled the runway with a bold, black extended hem, striking and wearable. After the ladylike yellow coats, oriental style kimono dresses and oversized, origami bows and shapes, emerged a fairytale theme. The sheer, paper-thin tulle Peter Pan dress, with its full, embellished skirt, closed the show and our wish lists. Well, this collection alone will get us through the next Spring with ease!

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Sarah is a Freelance Journalist and is based in London. She has worked for Cosmopolitan UK magazine, The Times Magazine, Glamour, Fabulous and Cosmopolitan.co.uk, among others. She also blogs on the Huffington Post and has an interiors website (www.homelyhub.com).