In the midst of a typically manic New York Fashion Week, Delpozo's Josep Font found just the way to take our imaginations to another level with his dream-worthy designs. Sweeping his audience away in what could only be described as a moment of magic, Font's designs floated around the naturally well-lit room in tulles and silks with exacting embroidery and artisanal weaves. 

With an affinity for romanticism, Font said his inspiration came from Frederico Garcia Lorca's "Gypsy Ballads" and Gustav Klimt's muse, Emilie Flöge, who was also a designer and lover of fashion herself. Flöge's aesthetic looked to a bohemian style that was far ahead of her time, and within his collection, Font seemed to have found just the way to pay homage to her love of folklore and earthly qualities – which could similarly be found in Lorca's famous book. 

In a couture like dream, the Spring/Summer 16 collection followed the designer's love of otherworldly volumes reaching beyond even Font's own signature silhouettes – as seen in his tenure with Delpozo thus far. Giving us an extra dose of excitement, Font unsubtly hinted that a business expansion may be well underway. Initially showing only two or three handbags, the finale revealed a chicly boxy doctor's bag on the arm of every girl – looking just as delightful as the clothes in metallic florals and vibrant bicolours. 

Discover the collection in full via our gallery below...