It’s been a great year for David Koma- winner of Topshop’s NewGen sponsorship scheme in December (counting Holly Fulton and Louise Gray as fellows), a collection to show at LFW and now a collection exclusively for Topshop. Echoing his past pieces (like that Cheryl Cole dress from 2009) it will be released February 16th and will be priced from £100 for a metal tube belt to £350 for a sleeveless wool haltered dress. "Topshop signifies youth and modernity and its spirit evokes 'cool London'," says Koma, "It was really exciting to work with the Topshop team as I felt they understood me as a designer and appreciated my need to make a high quality product without compromising the design aesthetic, quality of fabric or finishing. They helped make my vision a reality and I'm thrilled with the result." With five pieces (and a limited release of only 30 of each) it is said to be inspired by the sculptural works of William Pye- famous for harnessing metal, stone and water to create streamline sculptures- but is still undoubtedly David.