Asymmetrical line Lisu inspired design
The use on asymmetrical lines in the patterns of the clothing helps our eye see what is perfect in imperfections. The non symmetry at first looks like a flaw, but upon closer inspection it can be deduced that the asymmetry is designed on purpose. As each of us individuals on this planet are made perfect by our little flaws and imperfections so is the clothing we will wear that is designed to be a little bit off the ordinary path. The minor imperfections by design are there to show us how we are all created perfect because of our imperfections.
Asymmetric Stripe Sweater Dress from Alexander McQueen’s $1,665
ASOS Asymmetric Stripe Knitted Dress