How intriguing is the Inni hair accessory? It manages to exude a fascinatingly fresh look while referencing this chic idea of paleolithic fashion simultaneously. Félicie Eymard designed these idiosyncratic coif embellishments based on the inspiration of fish bones. In Icelandic, the name translates to "Inside."
The pieces are made from aluminum that's been sculpted into spikes and then covered with jesmonite resin. This gives them the fragile and pointy appearance of calcium-rich white spines and ribs. The various segments differ in their sizes and organic shapes, and they can be worn solo or in sets. With their long and fine teeth, the Inni hair accessories function as effective combs, but they're best used as accents in already-styled hairdos. They resemble thorny crowns when slipped into braids and ponytails, delivering unexpected detail to an ensemble.