David Koma London fashion Week 2014

THE words to take away from David Koma’s show notes were “sleek”, “structured” and “strict” – a very precise summary of the looks that were to follow. His collection was inspired by the women depicted in the Renaissance paintings of German artist Lucas Cranach the Elder. Corsetry, high necks, skater skirts and a lean silhouette, it was sharp throughout: the first few outfits a series of slick, single-breasted jackets falling to the calf in black, magenta and grey. There was a futuristic military vibe at work – dresses were of his hallmark cut-out variety and everything felt very severe. Koma was appointed as the creative director of Thierry Mugler at the end of last year and whether this is a direct sign of what is set to come there we’ll have to wait and see






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