The association between the Madrid fashion label and the German designer, named creative director to replace Josep Font in 2018, has come to an end, without Huelle’s first collection seeing the light of day.
According to information obtained by FashionNetwork.com, Pablo Badía is leaving Delpozo. Recently the Spanish brand has also closed its flagships in London and Dubai, and ended a range of international partnerships.
The Spanish brand will not take part in this fall's London Fashion Week, according to information obtained by FashionNetwork.com. Now the question is when and where Lutz Huelle will make his runway debut at the label.
The group’s board of directors will propose the appointment of Marta Álvarez as new chair at a meeting next month. Current chairman Jesús Nuño de la Rosa is expected to remain as co-CEO alongside Víctor del Pozo.
The Spanish prêt-à-couture firm, controlled by Perfumes y Diseño group since 2011, is looking for an investor to sell either a majority or minority stake in the business. The "right" partner will be a fashion expert.
“Spain is a highly creative country, with a large number of diverse and highly qualified designers. It is also the place where mass market trends are born,” Modesto Lomba said in an interview with FashionNetwork.com.
Creative director at Delpozo since December, the German designer went back to the roots of the Spanish house with a collection that combined comfort with structural pieces, all created for his vision of a "voyageuse".