Spring Summer 2014
Inspired by abstract optical art, and specifically the work of Polish painter Henryk Berlewi, for next spring Delikatessen continues its quest for a multi-dimensional mix of colours, structure and fabrics. True to the brand DNA, the collection re-interprets classic garments by using traditional fabrics in a new sartorial context focused on mixed tonalities, layering and different fabric handles.
The Spring Summer 14 season obsesses over qualitative fabrics from Italy and Japan, mixing them with inspiration from Delikatessen's two homes; Poland and the Netherlands. This time around, except for looking at Berlewi's square and symmetric artwork for inspiration, Delikatessen designer Andre Lisowski also collaborated with Warsaw-based graphic designer Edgar Bąk on the prints in a primary, monochrome and pastel colour palette.