David Koma Unveils his Latest Clothing Collection
David Koma, Georgian designer built his brand, which is marking 10 years this season, around sizzling, figure-hugging cocktail dresses geared toward women with busy social calendars and a flair for commanding attention.
For his spring 2020 show, held outside an East London skyscraper, he offered plenty of those signature dresses, from mini numbers featuring geometric cuts all over, to sharp blazer dresses and a bold finalé section filled with va-va-voom gowns and tailored jumpsuits embellished with laser-cut plexiglass, raffia and crystals galore in zebra patterns.
By stripping back the color this season and sticking to black and white for his eveningwear section, Koma shifted the focus on his impressive ability to cut a sharp silhouette with almost mathematical precision.
As he thinks of his next decade in business, Koma is also starting to broaden his collections into daywear. For the first time, he offered an extensive array of such options, which made for the most interesting part of the show.