disregards conventional garment expectations to expose creative alternatives which improve, reshape and edify the human experience. The work and legacy of architects Eero Saarinen (1910-1961) and Oscar Niemeyer (1907-2012) are the guiding influences in the collection, in both construction and theory. Mans’ impulsion for beauty and variation is addressed through creations which deviate from the reductive notions of form. The straight line of constraint is discarded. In these men's work, curvaceous and lyrical forms enrich the landscape by abandoning the prevailing authoritarian structure of public buildings. These architects intentions correspond with those of BEAU HOMME; to challenge prevailing conventions through design.