Perfect for sunset nights in Miami or the neon streets of Tokyo, this electric pattern brings the vibes to your wardrobe.
One of our most popular and simple designs, this subtle textured appearance is created by a two color micro check.
Broad curves like these were wildly popular in the 1920's as the Western world looked East for art and design inspiration.
Inspired by the sport of bouldering, this design emulates the multifaceted surface of a rock wall.
Under a microscope, ice crystals appear to form prismatic geometric shapes which were the inspiration for our Igloo pattern.
Gatsbyesque scales of diamond-like shapes are layered to create this opulent prohibition era design.
Our abstract Bert design was created by outlining the asymmetrical facets of a rock wall.
This pattern will play tricks on your eyes as an optical illusion gives a false sense of depth to these hexagonal shapes!
Also known as a “shepherd’s check”, the name Houndstooth was coined due to its close resemblance to the shape of a dog’s tooth.
Repetitive fan shapes like these were a staple design element of the roaring 20's and are said to be inspired by ancient Egypt.
Mawmbe Geo Necktie
This sleek geometric pattern reflects the bold opulence of the Jazz Age and the Art Deco movement.
Like the tessellations of the great graphic artist MC Escher, this isometric cube design fools the eye into thinking it is three dimensional!
Sometimes called a “broken twill weave”, Herringbone is a subtle and easy way to add a patterned element to your ensemble.
Arcadia is a poetic shaped space associated with bountiful natural splendor and harmony.
Short and sporadic stripes allude to movement at the speed of light like that of a shooting star.
This geometric tessellation is made up of diamond-like rhombus shapes which are said to represent our journey to find balance as human beings.
A tessellation of hexagons derived from the shapes of a tortoise shell which has been known to represent longevity.
The famous Italian poet Dante Alighieri's most famous work includes his perspective of heaven and its geometric relationship to earth.
This nature inspired hexagonal pattern is better known as a honeycomb, which honeybees build to store their honey and pollen.
These wavy micro stripes imitate the flow of a water current and give movement to a classic stripe.
Diamond plate panels of metal sheeting were the inspiration for our Crisscross pattern which offers a subtle textured look.
Intricate and dazzling line work like this was a key stylistic characteristic in the Art Deco Movement of the roaring 1920s.
This design features different scales of alternating right angles to create a new take on a quintessential menswear pattern.
We've dubbed this variation of a houndstooth pattern as "Puppytooth" because it's a more youthful rendition of the classic menswear pattern.
Overlapping diamond shapes create depth in this art deco inspired geometric pattern.
Who says dots have to be circles? We think squares are equally as sharp!
Inspired by the iconic Japanese Seigaiha patterns, this design is made of overlapping shapes that form arches resembling clouds.
Taking a note from Portuguese decorative tiles, we give to you this simplistic subtle geometric floral.
Reminiscent of the Memphis Design Movement of the 1980s which combined Art Deco shapes with Pop Art colors and a sprinkling of 1950s kitsch.
Take flight with this abstract variation on a traditional chevron stripe design.
Inspired by the Japanese Asanoha pattern, which is named after its resemblance to a hemp leaf and symbolizes adulthood and growth.
This maze-like pattern is reminiscent of the decorative borders commonly found in Greek and Roman art and architecture called "Meanders".
Inspired by the motif style called Greek key, this design symbolizes the bonds of friendship, love, and devotion is often given as marriage gift.
Inspired by the Japanese pattern called Bishamon Kikko, this design originated from the armor of a Buddhist god said to be the punisher of evildoers....
This scaled down checkered pattern creates an easy-to-wear textured appearance.
Brick-like shapes are staggered to create a timeless herringbone effect.
Briskly drawn circles repeat to create this soft contemporary dot pattern.
Topsy turvy triangles interlock to form this Japanese Uroko inspired design which is said to ward off bad luck!