Feel like a extreme makeover to the wardrobe this spring? See under item “Television set by Belén Rodriguez”, Please. Never like now that leads Hyenas together with Teo Mammuccari, the South American showgirl showed off a trendy look, with a hot DNA but also with an international flair. And yes because, after ten episodes of the cult broadcast of Italia 1 we can absolutely affirm it: Belén is the reference for those looking for a bold but contemporary style. Features à la page of the designer who signs all the outfits of Argentina up to now. Who is?
Responds to the name of David Koma and his creations are increasingly chosen and worn even by the Hollywood elite. Beyoncé, for example, performed at the recent Oscars wearing her lime dress completed by feathers, sequins and maxi slit, while Anne Hathaway showed off her blue dress with maxi cut.
And if the first look of Belén in broadcast, that is the black long-sleeved crop top with the miniskirt studded with silver sequins (from the Resort 2022 collection) reminds you of something, it is because it is the same one that Jennifer Lopez chose for the MTV Video Music Awards in 2021.
Corsets, strategic portholes, strings: these are the particular signs of the Georgian-born designer who studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London, one of the most famous schools in the world for those dreaming of a career in fashion. David Koma, who grew up in St. Petersburg, made the British capital his headquarters. This is the starting point for the creations that are now touring the world. Creative director of Mugler from 2013 to 2017, he then launched his own brand which in a short time conquered the red carpets all over the world. From Hollywood to Italy, where before Belén her sensual and biting dresses were spotted on Elodie, Chiara Ferragni and Elisabetta Gregoraci.
In short, after Beckham father (for other reasons), he is the David who drives the women of the world crazy thanks to silhouettes capable of highlighting women’s body shapes in a new and original way. This is because the designer takes a lot of inspiration from shapes and sculptures for which his garments want to highlight every little detail without leaving anything to the approximation. To influence him the Japanese designers, but also the 40s and 50s.
Is an irrepressible desire for laces, leather and innovative colors assailing you too? For switch the wardrobe of spring towards sexytudine, like Belén, click Koma.
In the gallery the 10 looks all branded by the Georgian designer shown so far a Hyenas by the host.
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Source: Vanity Fair