Delpozo, the luxury prêt-à-couture fashion brand
The Spanish designer Jesús del Pozo founded the fashion company in 1974.
His work and his collections stood out due to their strong personality and the undeniable style of the designer. After four decades in the world of fashion, it is considered to be one of the most renowned and credible Spanish houses on a national level.
He designed uniforms like those worn by staff at the Spanish pavilion in the Seville Universal Exposition in 1992, as well as costumes for theatre, ballet and cinematic opera. Special mention should be given to his work as costume designer of Bizet’s Carmen (Madrid Royal Theatre, 1998–1999); the zarzuela El Juramento (Zarzuela Theatre, 2000), and the opera Farnace, by Vivaldi, for which he also did the set design.
In 1999, he pushed for the creation of the Asociación Creadores de Moda de España, which he presided until December 2000. The year 2001 saw the creation of his new line for children «Jesús del Pozo Junior» and the fragrances «On él» and «On ella». In 2002 he presented a new line of tableware designed by him and made by VistaAlegre. The following year he created the Jesús del Pozo Foundation, and from 2004 onwards he organized the «Course for Professional Expertise in Fashion Design: Business Internship»
Following the death of the founder in August 2011, Grupo Perfumes y Diseño acquired the brand.
Months after, the fashion company took on the name DELPOZO, with Josep Font as its Creative Director.