Here’s a striking new formula: slick angular shapes + u200barresting graphic patterns + u200ba little streetwise flavour = total visual domination. Indeed, both fashion and décor are brushing up on the new geometry, from the cubist prints on the Fendi and Peter Pilotto fall runways to the jagged furnishings from Ligne Roset and Toronto-based Imm Living. “Mathematics have always been a part of fashion, art and design,” says our guest editor, Coco Rocha, who handpicked the items on this page. “But in the past year I’ve been seeing some really interesting takes on shape and pattern in the form of geometric design, mostly spearheaded by computer technology. Abstract shapes can be a thing of beauty.” Finally, it’s hip to be square.