Image  |   Daniele Oberrauch /Imaxtree
Volume and scale were played with at Delpozo all while staying true to the aesthetic of the line.  The collection was inspired by Gustav Klimt’s muse Emilie Flöge who discarded the corset in favour of a more easy silhouette which was evident in the curved, deconstructed shapes of the clothes.  As usual, colour was the collection's strong suit and the unusual but beautiful combinations were on point.  The show began with pieces rendered in the most delicate, ethereal pale green and evolved into stronger colours and colour combinations.  In addition to the usual beaded and embellished pieces, crochet and fringe evoking Flöge’s fondness for folklore were used liberally, turning up on kaftans and bustier tops.  Tulle and even gingham also made an appearance and there were some sheer pieces and cropped tops.  Standout looks included a floor-length, belted wrap that enveloped the model and full-skirted, embellished gowns. 


Image  |   Daniele Oberrauch /Imaxtree

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