All the usual tropes were present and correct at Delpozo including voluminous silhouettes, colour-blocking and embellishment, although the use of latter was more restrained than usual reflecting perhaps a diminution of the ebullience that has characterised previous collections. This time embossed jacquard, silk lamé and floral organza added a subtle shine. Bell-shaped, petal-like sleeves stopped above the wrist and folded on themselves like origami. The autumnal colours were inspired by Nabi painter József Rippl-Rónai and were used to good effect on striped sweaters with hoods that were paired with petal-shaped skirts or evening wear.
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