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For his Fall 2015 outing for Delpozo, Josep Font created an enchanted forest from which his precious creations marched forth. There was a touch of an alpine spirit in the suspendered lederhosen-shaped minidresses and felted frocks with Matisse-like appliqués, but shape (rounded shoulders and hips, swingy cape coats, lighter-than-air draped grecian gowns), madcap color (teal and dusty pink, neons, bright kelly green, vermillion), and texture (thick shaggy knits, lush crushed velvets) spoke more of a modern fairy tale. Font’s adeptness at couture methods accounts for the clothes’ flawless construction (he trained as an architect in his native Spain), but the most bewitching part of his fall collection was its surreal fantasy.
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