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Josep Font used nature and elements of light as major points of reference for DELPOZO‘s spring/summer 2014 collection. Finding initial inspiration from the portrait, Gypsy Woman With Tambourine, by Carot, Font gave us a collection of various optical and geometric shapes styled with both defined and flowing lines, while throwing in a bit of playfulness with a flower or ten.
An obvious and key part of this modern bohemia collection is both raffia and linen, constructed into short and long ensembles. Bell-shaped skirts were paired with off-the-shoulder, sweetheart neckline bodices. Sunflowers graced the patterns of black layered skirts and flowing gowns. Shell tops in cream organza were cropped in the front and left long in the back, paired with a milage of colorful spring blooms on a straighter floor-length skirt. Even pants and denim came out to play, since what real gypsy wouldn’t have a comfortable pair in her whimsical, carefree, yet ever stylish wardrobe?