David Koma London Fashion Week FW19
Represented by Karla Otto.
David Koma makes a knock-out cocktail dress.
It comes to some surprise that he literally debuted his first gown ever this season in London! This was one of the final looks, an ombré slime green to silver sequined long sleeved slinky gown. We are just waiting to see which Hollywood scarlet will absolutely slay in this during the upcoming award season.
David Koma: London FW19
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Pulling inspiration from Pedro Almodóvar and the expression of Spanish dance every silhouette had a certain bounce as the models ruffled skirts walked down the runway, similar to a flamenco dancer. Koma incorporated his famous shimmering hand cut discs at skirt hems, sleeve openings and as entire dresses.
Koma successfully incorporated two of our favorite trends into the collection. The lime green color was liberating, especially as he used it as a contrast stitching on some of the black looks. Highlights included a slime green tailored jacket worn as a dress, a slinky shimmering lilac fading into lime green gown and long pants elongating the models legs.