Adopting and featuring the culture of his second home, Britain, in the new seasonal collection, the Georgian-born designer David Koma – he just got the British nationality after living in London for 20 years – has shown a striking range of looks that referenced two national obsessions – football and rugby.
If you like our blog, please consider buying us a happy coffee by clicking on this link. Thank you! ☺
“I feel like I’m in the Premier League”, he laughed backstage. “It was interesting for me to celebrate women in such male-dominated sports”.
From bold harness and oversized football jersey embellished in the label’s signature crystals – Koma explained that the crystals were a wink to the Crown jewels – to shiny thigh-high boots ringed with crystals paired with feminine stilettos, to the preponderance of bra tops and goalkeeper style gloves as accessories, the David Koma’ Fall/Winter 2022 collection is a captivating assemblage oozing high energy.
- Ana Mena covers InStyle Spain January/February 2023 by Javier Biosca
- Mugler Fall/Winter 2023
- Jil Sander Men’s Pre-Fall 2023