Those who make it a point to know about such things tell us that high fashion, this fall, is all about architecture. At New York Fashion Week, Diane von Furstenberg stole from Gaudi for inspiration, Shelly Steffee mooched off Zaha Hadid, and Derek Lam copped Frank Gehry. This couture moment recalls the 1980s, when a group of Japanese designers created a sensation in Paris with avant-garde constructions that looked like fabric origami, folded and sculpted in ways that had very little relation to the actual shape of the human body. Twenty-one of these fashion masterpieces... More >>>