A beautiful construct
Spanish designer Josep Font has gone against type to become an unlikely hero in the fashion world with his Delpozo label
A change of tack can produce extraordinary results. Such is the case for Spanish designer Josep Font, the student of architecture- turned couturier whose stewardship of the Delpozo label has gifted the fashion world a new darling.
Font, 48, took the reins at the Madrid-born Delpozo in 2012. Prior to his arrival, the label had enjoyed four decades of considerable, if exclusively domestic, success. As creative director, Font determined to elevate a home favourite to...
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