If you’re looking for fashion that boasts the geometry of chaos, than you’ve come to the right place. Since the beginning of time, people have been affected by the colors and shapes around them, particularly those in nature. Perhaps that’s why mathematician, Benoit Mandelbrot, came up with the word “fractal” in the 1970s, and was among the first to formally voice just how fascinating disordered patterns and shapes can be. Fractal design is the marriage of modern mathematics with graphic design, patterns, and dreamlike wonder. These fantastical patterns have made their way into fashion from the catwalks of New York fashion week to even the remotest African communities. Fractals are everywhere, and the visual aesthetic are what make up our own fractal collection. Essentially fashionable algorithms, our all over print fractals collection is full of beautiful patterns that are the result of comparatively simple math equations.