DAVID KOMA A/W 2016/2017 LONDON FASHION WEEK 

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Geometric cut-outs in a palette of black and primary colours..

In its opening section, the interplay of arc and line hinted at Koma-nian themes in play here: physical geometry and the imposition of complementary aesthetic order on the woman wearing Koma’s clothes.

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It was there in the hem of a gray wrap skirt worn beneath a high-neck shirt with elongated undone cuffs, and in the sweep of dark gray that curved up from knee to base of breast in a high-neck open-shoulder dress of lighter gray.

This is a tense designer, after ward so stressed he spoke as if in shock. But Koma just about managed to enunciate that he had started by looking at the work.

“Of Frank Cota – I love his brutal, graphic, rusty metal sculptures with a splash of color. I wanted to take something modern and industrial at the same time.”
He said.

You could see the industrial element in the grids of chrome-shiny studs that peppered these pieces, and later in the interplay of rounded bead and pin against stud against check cutout:  

Koma’s showstopping pieces toward the end were masterful balancing acts that saw heavy embellishment suspended upon feather light lace. 

What shone brightest, though, was the non – symmetrical symmetry of the silhouettes – curve articulated across line, counter – articulated slashes, bare shoulders against covered neck.

This straight eye ranked it as sexy-scary – powerful frames for powerful bodies.

Clothes for women you want to worship.

Rigid, intelligent, and beautifully fitted.

I fell in love in this collection, it is divine!

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Beata Gliniecka ; Fashion is the love of my life. That's what I'm writing and creating do with passion!

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