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Fearless Fashion

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David Koma London

Today, in honor of New Year’s Eve, I thought I’d bring you a fashion designer whose looks are perfect for a special occasion. This year’s New Year’s Eve celebration involves pajamas and a Zoom call, but maybe next year…

London designer David Koma isn’t afraid of color. Or bling. Or skin. In fact, as far as I can tell, as a designer, he’s pretty much fearless. His designs have crazy shapes and cutouts, come in bold, striking colors, and involve embellishments and accessories that makes his work stand out in a big way. But remarkably, it all seems pretty wearable (if you happen to be a perfect shape, that is.)

“David Koma is a London-based fashion designer who has become synonymous with the ultra body-contouring silhouette, creating sculptural statement dresses inspired by the feminine form. Alongside the cocktail dresses that propelled the designer onto an international stage, the David Koma offering has expanded to include a full range of options from precise daywear separates to beautifully tailored outerwear and show-stopping red carpet gowns.”

– About David Koma

You can see all of the very talented David Koma’s gorgeous fashion on his website and on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

6 thoughts on “Fearless Fashion

  1. I actually liked some of them. Yes, I understand that clothing models are nothing but moving clothes hangers but I even like a couple of them. Did not try to find out how much any of them sold for but I bet it is not cheap. Hal

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  2. Fun designs. I like the use of strong shapes and single colours. I also appreciate that the designs are somewhat challenging but still eminently wearable – I mean, not by me but people could definitely wear these and go out and about.

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  3. I been debating this for a while. Finally decided to post. Looking daily at the picture of you that goes with this blog, is why I did not think the picture of you on the interview blog was you. That picture looks nothing like the picture here. So, is one on the interview blog a younger picture of you? Just for the record, I love your picture on this blog. Hal

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    • By the picture on this blog, I think you’re talking about the one where I am wearing a periwinkle sweater. That was taken many years and pounds ago around when I started the blog. The picture on the interview was from last year. I don’t like the recent one, but it’s all I had. I routinely despise photos of me, so we’ll just have to agree to disagree…

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