Season after season, Josep Font, Delpozo's creative director, finds inspiration in the art world to give life to unmistakable designs for their volumes, cuts and colors. On this occasion the Catalan was inspired by the series of paintings Swimming Pool, by Maria Svarbova and the music of the composer Xavier Cugat.
On the catwalk we saw circular silhouettes, muguet sleeves, marked dresses at the waist, ruffles, pleats and lots of tulle in a delicious combination of pastel and neon tones.
Makeup, as usual in this show, focused on the eyes and consisted of an orange glitter mist and a fluorescent eyeliner in the same shade. The skin remained matte and with the natural color except for a very subtle touch of blush on the cheeks.
If you like glitter and glitter shadows, you will already know how difficult it is to get it to stay in place, for that the makeup artist recommended using a primer on the eyelids before applying it, completely applying makeup to the eyes and
Makeup artist Monica Marmo got this look that looked like it came out of a fairy tale using the Melrose Eyeshadow (from the Spring 2018 collection) and the right side of the Nars Frenzy Dual-Intensity Blush pack. While outlining the models' eyes with a brush, she explained to the press that one of the guidelines the designer always insists on is that the look does not include any mascara. "Josep doesn't like it."
The make-up artist also clarified that she did not use any color product or fixative on the eyebrows, only tousled them with her fingers in the opposite direction of the hair growth to achieve that natural effect that Font always seeks.
The hairstyle was in charge of the Aveda team and its stylist Jay Braff, who decided to separate the hair from the face by collecting it in a very tight braid, which later ended up curled at the nape with many bobby pins, resulting in a very elegant low bun.