I've mentioned Montreal-based complexgeometries before in some found photograph compilations, but I'm doing this post to make the entire contents of their website a last-minute addition to my christmas list (they aren't available on amazon).

Here is what Patricia Marx, over at the New Yorker, had to say about complexgeometries in her story "Chicago Style" in the September 14th Fashion Issue:
"A boiled-wool tunic that can be twisted and turned and worn in a variety of ways was made a company called Complex Geometries, whose clothes require a wearer with an I.Q. higher than mine ($205)."


fadetoblack said...

love love love!


heart charlie said...

So simple, and so pretty!


lol it does wake you up better than coffee.