Geometry, structural engineering and fashion don’t often go hand in hand, but London-based designer Ichiro Suzuki combines his love of all three in his menswear line. Suzuki’s geometric designs were initially inspired by a 19th century patchwork he saw in a tailor’s shop. Since then, he has applied his own traditional fashion training and artistic drive to create his impossibly structured suits and jackets. The garments are not only rooted in the traditional methods of tailoring; they incorporate elements of structural engineering and geometric design as well. Using his knowledge of traditional hand-tailoring methods, Suzuki molds his design around living forms, calling the process “bio-geometric tailoring.” The innovative garments are a little bit architecture, a little bit mathematics, and a whole lot of unusual. ichiro Suzuki is a Japanese-born Menswear designer based in London. He graduated from London College of Fashion, after which he joined Savile Row bespoke tailors Henry Poole & Co., where he has been trained in the art of cutting. In 2010, in order to further sate his creative drive and his aesthetic, He decided to study at Royal college of Art. This is with a view to complementing his fine traditional background in Savile Row tailoring with his innate creativity and innovation which has no doubt was honed while studying artistic design at the highest level. As several awards in various international competitions will testify, Ichiro has an unrelenting obsession with design and bespoke tailoring For more information we suggest you to visit the link bellow.