Sexy people play the symmetry card
Balance, not body type, is key in fashion and attraction
To call sexiness an exact science is a stretch, but there is certainly a formula, says fashion designer Bradley Bayou.
Measurements have nothing to do with it. It’s about symmetry.
“What we are attracted to, what we find sexy, are things that are symmetrical. Research backs that up,” says Bayou, who has written a new book called “The Science of Sexy” (Gotham Books).
“Women try to force their figures into fads and trends, even if they’re not flattering to them, because they think they’re ‘sexy.’ ... But it’s really all about balancing the body.”