Blueprint cufflinks, or blueprint martini napkins?



“Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions,” quipped Coco Chanel. The two fields do seem to share plenty of common ground: both demand creative vision, careful attention to detail, and a keen sense of form and function. And the disciplines coordinate particularly well in the case of these blueprint cufflinks ($60), available at the ICA Store (100 Northern Avenue, Boston, 617.478.3104). Created by architect turned industrial designer Constantin Boym, these clever cufflinks come adorned with their own product specs. The blue-and-white enamel beauties will keep your dress shirts in line — and show that your style isn’t too buttoned up.