David Koma Spring/Summer 2022 collection

The fashion designer showcased his latest collection, full of incredible pieces of clothing. An incredible real feast to our eyes!

The far-fetched designer, David Koma, showcased his latest collection during London Fashion Week, and the Spring/Summer 2022 line did not disappoint at all. David brought to the runway the kind of optimism and jolt of energy we needed. Moreover, he created a real show for our eyes, by turning to his love of architecture and design.

With an incredible biography to mention, Koma discovered his penchant for dress design at the young age of eight. David also studied Fine Art in St. Petersburg, showing his first collection at the age of 15. In 2003, David moved to London to take up a place at the prestigious Central Saint Martins, graduating with a distinction in MA Fashion in April 2009 under the mentorship of the late Professor Louise Wilson, OBE. He launched his eponymous label soon after and has gone to reach astronomical success, having recently caught the eye of some celebrities – including Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B, and Beyoncé – who have all shown off his creations on the red carpet.

Currently, the designer showcased his latest ready-to-wear collection at the London Aquatics Centre, which was designed by the late architect Dame Zaha Hadid.  “I’m a huge fan of sports in general,” he said. (Last season, he presented a Wimbledon-worthy tennis-inspired collection.)

The super powerful and inspiring lineup began with a fresh take on traditional one-piece swimsuits, complete with cutouts galore and a strong colour palette. The showcase ended with a series of ultra-glam gowns, featuring glitz, feathers and neon shades aplenty. Moreover, models’ beauty looks were opted for shimmery makeup and heavily gelled locks.

“We worked on transforming swimwear into day wear and evening wear; modernizing it, using strong colours but with a minimalistic approach,” Koma said. “The colour palette was important this season because I really felt like coming back from all those hardcore times, we just needed the injection of bright, beautiful colours.” He added.