Andre Lisowski continues moving the collection of Delikatessen into color with a keen sense of proportion, allying skillfully the low-key and the bold. What stands out in the collection is the delicacy in the slim tailoring, effortless styling, and a refined color blocking.
For the AW 12/13 the designer applies hues of emerald green, burgundy, and various blues. The intense palette of colors is darkened with a drop of gray. In this way the designer comes up with a colorful, however pared-down silhouette.
The collection includes several pieces of outstanding color and texture blocking. Over-dyed lime and turquoise oxford shirts heighten the autumnal hues of pants and tops.
Delikatessen injects a much-needed dose of playfulness into the menswear wardrobe. This highly wearable collection caters to the discerning man choosing towear subtly understated and individual garments with a dose of panache.
The vision for Delikatessen concept is to start with a product of purity: something that achieves a balance between old craft and a modern approach to design.
We feel the need to provide products that challenge the ideas of tradition and pushvthem forward for the current times.
We work in a small team, independently. We want to better ourselves and achieve critical recognition for our work.
We forget products valued on status but instead appreciate those where the time, thought and true commitment are put into their development. We are modern artisans.
Delikatessen silhouette is a subtle play of colors, details and refined textures of fabrics.
The founders of the brand are Andre Lisowski and Stephen Hartog Our logo D is an abstract painting of Malgorzata Jastrzebska.
Photos & text Copyright Delikatessen, Courtesy Temporary Showroom.