David Koma's Spring 2012 collection was a reflection of the fine craft of cutting. From the sheer detailing to the symmetrical shapes, Koma showcased his appreciation for the almight scissor. The collection was geometric, tribal, and futuristic in nature; a true Koma aesthetic. While the inspiration was “Aboriginal culture, femininity and lines,” you could also draw a space-age interpretation of the collection, as the last looks very Star Trek vs. Star Wars; the tribal print could go for either Darth Vader, or an ancient aboriginal mask. In any event, Koma's collection leaves room for your imagination.
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