Asya Kozina's DIY paper costumes are not your run-of-the-mill craft project and instead resemble couture garments from vintage designer archives. Inspired by traditional Mongolian attire, the artist creates these stunning dresses and headpieces that rival fabric-made cultural garb.
These DIY paper costumes by Asya Kozina are crafted with the utmost precision and attention to detail. The artist creates paper version of Mongolian bridal fashions and injects traditional designs with a dose of whimsy and futurism.
The final result is both beautiful and inspiring, proving that a simple material doesn't have to limit an artist. These paper-made costumes are not only wearable and dynamic but also double as sculptural art pieces that can be compared to real apparel worn by historical monarchs.
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