The Spanish firm Delpozo closes after more than 47 years of history

Maria I. Ortiz

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Deposition, heir to the former firm of the same name Jesús del Pozo, has announced its closure after having unsuccessfully negotiated its sale, in the failed search for an investor for the brand that forces Delpozo to take over the forced closure decision.

In 1974, Jesus of the Well founded in Madrid the brand that would later become Deposition. Under his leadership, the brand was recognized for its creativity and commitment to craftsmanship. Since its inception in 2003, the Jesús del Pozo Foundation has supported more than eighty students to complete their first professional experience. In 2011, the Perfumes y Diseño Group acquired the brand to preserve its legacy and to relaunch Delpozo internationally. From 2012 to 2018 Delpozo was under the creative vision of Josep Font. Font left the house in 2018 and Lutz Huelle took the reins, following in Font’s footsteps and looking at the same time for a price reduction that would make “prêt-à-couture” garments, as they themselves called, more accessible to the public.

In 2013, DelPozo returned to parade in the Madrid catwalk and throughout his career he has also done so in some of the most important internationally such as London O New York.

The firm had not presented new proposals since autumn-winter 2019 and the last update of its Instagram profile dates from April 2020.

Queen Letizia with a DelPozo design
Queen Letizia with a DelPozo design – © Gtres

The Queen Letizia, Michelle Obama, Melania Trump, Cate Blanchett, Keira Knightley, Rihanna O zendaya They have been some of the recognized personalities who have worn his designs throughout these years.

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