DELPOZO embraces time-honored couture techniques with a modern sensibility to create unique and feminine pieces for the contemporary woman.
A combination of contrasting elements defines the prêt-à-couture house: DELPOZO is traditional and modern, organic and architectural, sumptuous and pure.
The hallmarks of the DELPOZO atelier include a creative approach to volume, color, and silhouette. Artisan techniques and intricate embroideries are used throughout the collections to create the ethereal and timeless DELPOZO aesthetic.
The Delpozo atelier celebrates the essential relationship between thread and fabric that leads to creative expression in the art of fashion. The handmade embroidery is masterfully created with the most exquisite and avant-garde materials, using techniques from both Haute Couture and the Ecole Lesage of Paris . The expert craftsmanship and intricate appliqué detailing are innately consistent with Delpozo’s prêt-à-couture philosophy.
Since 2018, German designer Lutz Huelle is Delpozo’s creative director.
A Central Saint Martin’s College alumni, Huelle worked at Martin Margiela before launching his eponymous brand in 2000.
He has consulted for several brands including Max Mara Fashion Group and Brioni; and has won the prestigious ANDAM Award in Paris twice.
Jesús del Pozo founded the brand that would become Delpozo in Madrid in 1974. Under Jesús, the brand was celebrated for its creativity and commitment to craftsmanship.
To protect the tradition of artistry in the fashion industry, Jesús del Pozo established a foundation to promote educational initiatives for young talent.
Since its inception in 2003, the Jesús del Pozo Foundation has helped over eighty students complete their first professional experiences.
In 2011, the Perfumes & Diseño Group acquired the brand to preserve its legacy and to embark on the international relaunch of Delpozo.
From 2012 until 2018, Delpozo was under Josep Font’s creative vision.