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Josep Font is a master at two things: Construction, and the finishing details of a single garment. The designer debuted his spring/summer 2015 collection during New York Fashion Week with exquisite results. It’s really no wonder Font created such a visually impressive display of ready-to-wear considering his intimidating roster of inspiration, from Josef Alber’s Interaction of Color, to Nils-Udo’s land art. Industry players beware: Font is now a serious fashion force to be reckoned with.
DELPOZO is all about the details. Shirt collars and sleeve cuffs are precisely and sharply executed on supremely fit, boxy blouses. Ankle-length skirts fall pristinely A-line and appear as though they were custom made for the body they cover. Crocheted crop tops aren’t the least bit daring but rather, wearable pieces of art. Mini-skirts are perfected with layers of uniform fabric depicting quaint little rows of artful bows. It would be the utmost tragedy to not mention his finale piece–a most radiant evening frock with layers of bronze and sea foam tulle with spots of delicate beading. There wasn’t an idle handheld in the house as this number swept the stage.