Bustier dress

1. Contours of Geometry
The rhombus pattern on a Proenza Schouler dress creates a nipped-in bustier effect, echoing the way geometric motifs—diamonds, disks, hexagons—add texture to buildings.
Pendant earrings

2. Contours of Geometry
The lines of this delicate sterling silver pendant (Ex Ovo), recall architects' use of lattices, screens, and mesh to give their work a more open feeling.
Silk blouse

3. Sculpted Design
Yeohlee designed metallic linen tuxedo trousers to underscore her graceful silk organza blouse, based on the Möbius strip, which a mathematician can explain as having only one side and one edge (think M.C. Escher).
Origami dress

4. Sculpted Design
Silk organza is folded to create decorative volume on this Sportmax dress; origami-like details can give boyish bodies a more voluptuous look.
Torque bangles

5. Sculpted Design
An architect's trademark planes and twists are pared down for your wrists.

From top: "Torque" bangles in brown banded agate, cachalong, and ebony wood, all Frank Gehry for Tiffany & Co.
Mobius shoe

6. Curvilinear
The "Möbius" shoe, from United Nude—a company cofounded by Dutch architect Rem D Koolhaas (nephew of the provocative architect Rem Koolhaas)—was inspired by the famed Barcelona chair.


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