Designer Charles Youssef has degrees from Parsons School of Design and Central Saint Martins under his belt, but what excites me most is his bold origami-esque ensembles that fashion pirate Lady Gaga was seen wearing.
Charles Youssef's stark designs focus on bold shapes that are tailored to the modern working woman. Take a look at the gallery for photographs of Youssef's spirited M.A. womenswear collection styled by Kim Howells of Dazed & Confused.
Implications - Architectural influences are becoming more prominent in essentially every facet of design -- and for good reason. The creative outlet is an integral part of the design world due to its versatility and adaptability. Creating styles that are structural and still wearable is a great way for businesses to grow expand their level of exposure.