Chances are, Berlin hasn’t heard of the fashion house The Kooples. That’s because it’s a Parisian house and thereby doesn’t exist in Germany. Imagine that a fashion designer had the specific intent of creating collections specifically for architects: clothes in blacks, whites, shades of grays, blues, and muted reds. This franco-british fashion name collaborates with the master tailors of Saville Row to create elegance made for urban living using only quality fabrics. Their own description narrows down to a specific “London cut revisited by the infamous je ne sais quoi of the French” or I would conclude “haute couture avec rock n roll.” Namely, the life of an architect.