We know you all love your geometric designs - with geometric patterns (opens in new tab) and geometric tattoos (opens in new tab) increasingly popular among the creative community. And one such creative is Icelandic designer Sruli Recht, who's taken geometric design to a new level with these designs for a range of futuristic fashion.
Recht explains the concept as: "The simplified disastery of polygonal geometry - breaking the body down into a pixelated memory." The clothes are made from "walnut wood material on a wool base. Once grown, the wood is deconstructed into pieces, and then attached to a textile base, creating a material that is half wood, half textile, and completely fragmentary."
So what do you think? Will we all be wearing polygons next season? We'd love to hear your views in the comments!
Find out more about this project over on Recht's Behance (opens in new tab) page.