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Monday, 27 September 2010

Scribbles Views at LFW: Day Four: David Koma

Onto David Koma, who had, by far, my favourite show. This was the epitome of Spring/Summer as far as I was concerned. There were miles of well made, pretty, fun and playful dresses with some excellent use of textures, fabrics and colours. However the real difference here, was the sophistication shown in the designs. Rather than some of the more unusual looks - bright use of colour and ott shapes, this time he had given us a more sedate version.

Dresses galore to open the show, with full pleated skirts that flared out in a flirty way. With the opening walks shown in the purest white, and palest pink. With a soft and gentle start, I can safely say I was chomping at the bit to see the rest of the show kick in! When things really started, there was alot of panelled skirts which had his statement prints, with contrasting colours - bright splashes of colour just jumped off the outfits, and some clever use of metallic fabrics - I loved the whole 'party girl' look of the dresses, in fact, i wanted every single item.

The skater skirt is something we've seen a whole lot of, however Koma manages to team a full skirt, with a peplum silhouette, creating a real play on the shape, he finished it off nicely with some monochromatic colouring - which was ideal for daywear. Golds were flashed making the outfits all ideal for that summertime party. I loved the sheer feminine style flashed, it made such a change to have a real sickly sweet and sexy and really very wearable, collection.

This was one of my favourite collections, for the simple but bang on trend style, I wasn't disappointed at all and I really pleased to see David move on to a slightly more mature collection.

Until next time...

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