David Koma Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – London Fashion Week

As he revealed on his social accounts, David Koma’s inspiration for his David Koma spring/summer 2015 collection has served geometry put in bright colors. This is exactly what we saw today at London Fashion Week: a pure effortless collection in mild colors mixed with pops of brights put in the geometric shapes. It was like a fresh air of summer – romantic, easy and we just couldn’t have enough of it. Minimalism has never been so enchanting before and simple lines have never looked so feminine and flirty! This is a collection that comes to prove that timeless is simplicity and it always manages to win hearts and souls. The incredible play of fabrics and textures is the next guarantee of Koma’s success this spring!

David Koma Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – London Fashion Week
The David Koma spring/summer 2015 collection kicked off with beautiful all-white looks mixing bright yellow vibes used in the manner to embody geometric shapes. Beautiful tailored shorts mixed with crop tops and topped with classic white blazers, an asymmetric one-shoulder dress, a couple of more dress styles all adorned with asymmetric cuts and hemlines, a lovely skirt in the same style matched with a top fusing transparency inserts and a duo of white tailored pants and a simple asymmetric top put the theme of the entire line very clear. It was a love affair of geometric shapes brought to life through color blocking and mixing various textures.
Next, some black hues started to make an appearance, yet the style and design philosophy of the collection remained the same. Especially cool were the crop tops and cocktail dresses featuring unexpected cut-outs that were covered with see-through materials. Geometry triumphed in the array of cocktail dresses too, which proudly closed the show.
The looks were styled with simplistic strapped heeled sandals and nothing else (less is more, we know it!). The makeup was neutral and the hair of the models was gathered into half updos, again looking effortless and simplistic and matching the entire mood that was reigning on the runway.

David Koma Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – London Fashion Week

David Koma Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – London Fashion Week

David Koma Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – London Fashion Week
This coming spring, the David Koma girl is modest, yet seductive, she is feminine and utterly creative. Despite the explicit simplicity of the garments presented, it’s hard to pass by in these outfits without making heads turn. After all minimalism is a time-tested trend and it’s especially more appreciated in the warm season. If you still aren’t confident, just wait a couple of months and you’ll see the immense success of the stunning David Koma spring/summer 2015 collection!

David Koma Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – London Fashion Week

David Koma Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – London Fashion Week

Photos courtesy of Vogue UK

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