The talented designer surprises the London public with his attractive collection
Ambassador of “body contouring”, David Koma knows exactly how to exalt feminine forms with his sculptural designs.
Koma’s aesthetics are easily recognizable: sensational designs that naturally follow the physiognomy of women with the most feminine and contemporary elegance.
Currently, the designer showcased his latest ready-to-wear collection at the London Aquatics Centre, which was designed by the late architect Dame Zaha Hadid. “I’m a huge fan of sports in general,” he said. (Last season, he presented a Wimbledon-worthy tennis-inspired collection.)
“We worked on transforming swimwear into day wear and evening wear; modernising it, using strong colours but with a minimalistic approach,” Koma said. “The colour palette was important this season because I really felt like coming back from all those hardcore times, we just needed the injection of bright, beautiful colours.” He added.
The super powerful and inspiring lineup began with a fresh take on traditional one- piece swimsuits, complete with cutouts galore and a strong colour palette. The showcase ended with a series of ultra-glam gowns, featuring glitz, feathers and neon shades aplenty. Moreover, models’ beauty looks were opted for shimmery makeup and heavily gelled locks.