If overwhelmingly clean and chic is your thing look no further than David Koma, who returned this season with an army of tasteful dresses for people to wear to classy parties and on private jets. Safety was definitely a priority for Koma, who snapped thin belts over a collection so streamlined you could only hope to be wearing it in the event of an emergency. Slim long sleeves kicked out in short wide flares and were echoed at the bottom of super mini leather skirts and sleeveless, high necked dresses.
Despite the frilly sleeves, this was an overwhelmingly fuss-free collection, which offered sleek separates and a smooth, short-skirted silhouette. Cut out holes at hip and waist height worked well especially under the belts, and a few bright orange looks lifted the neutrals to an almost suburban seventies palate. Chic, sleek and just a little bit paranoid pretty much sums up David Koma’s woman this season.