Delpozo scaled back on his characteristic, over the top and full on ornamentation. While his signature paillettes and sequins appear, particularly on the gowns towards the end, many of the pieces were notable for their wearability and practicality. Ice cream shades still abounded with the pinks and yellows and blues that creative director Josef Font prefers and celebrates however these were tampered by more muted tones and patterns. Font even showed a black dress – although this was offset by bright yellow collar piece. He also riffed on a houndstooth pattern in yellow and camel. Here the print was blown up to oversized proportions and he played with various elements including combining it with a polka-dotted pattern. Pretty, flowerlike belts were worn at the waist and his signature sloping shoulders and corsages also showed up. All in all, it was a simpler collection than the typical Delpozo offering but beautiful nonetheless.

Images | Marcus Tondo