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David Koma’s creativity brings designer pieces to life

Fiercely fabulous pieces from designer David Koma emphasise the latest season’s trends with adventurous details. Georgia-born Koma designed his first collection aged just 13 – his talent and creativity were always destined to be seen.

The garment designer studied at London’s Central St. Martins before working as Creative Director for fashion house Mugler. He then concentrated on his own label. Releasing intriguing ready-to-wear fashion collections in his twenties turned him into one of the capital’s most talked-about designers. Expect to see a combination of playful details and sharp tailoring from Koma’s seasonal luxury womenswear collections.

Evening outfits with a powerfully feminine edge

With a focus on tops and occasionwear, this designer brand can help elevate evening outfits. A contemporary edge turns pieces like cocktail dresses from elegant to bold and powerful. Think sculptural looks and tight silhouettes that contour the body to create a statement that’s straight from the catwalk. The form-fitting pieces are a hit with celebrities and the brand is no stranger to the red carpet.

Form-fitting dresses that make a statement

If it’s a figure-enhancing outfit that you’re looking for, David Koma should be your first port of call. Whether you choose a black mini dress or a long shift, you’ll find structure and contouring that complements the body and amplifies the figure. Plus, details like embroidery, sequins and crystals catch the eye for a high-impact look.

Planning to work a Koma dress into your wardrobe? Pair it with statement accessories for a head-turning outfit, or choose an understated bag and shoe combination to let a bold dress take centre stage. With luxury pieces for daytime and evening, you can rock smart sophistication, whatever occasion you’re dressing for. Classic black dresses have a goes-with-anything appeal, while neutral colours like beige or nude create a blank canvas that can be embellished with jewellery, heels or outerwear staples.