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Just as we were coming to terms with the fact that fall has arrived, New York fashion week designers start displaying crisp spring/summer 2014 collections, and although most of what we've seen up to now have been minimalistic and ultra-modern, Delpozo delighted us with a supremely feminine and unquestionably enchanting array of intricately embellished pieces, structured twenty-first century fairy tale ball skirts and floral appliqué dresses ideal for a summer bride, causing some to define the aesthetic of creative director, Josep Font, as prêt-à-couture.
The show opened with a dramatic off-the-shoulder top with understated embellished floral motifs, and a grand skirt with the hemline dropped to ankle-length, once again reminiscent of the new look and 19th century rococo vibes, and slowly transported us into a fairytale of tulle and raffia dresses in pastel hues, and macramé lace, subtle transparencies, and of course florals . . .
[Images via style.com]