A few weeks ago, we brought you the Chanel Spring 2009 Haute Couture collection, a dreamlike vision in which Karl Lagerfeld's mostly-white collection was punctuated with headdresses made out of paper.
The 65 papercraft headdresses used in the Chanel Spring 2009 Haute Couture collection are made by Katsuya Kamo, who arranged them out of two reams of standard printer paper with his tiny team. Kamo is also a master hairdresser, so it's no wonder these works set off the models' look so beautifully.
The first image in the gallery is from Kamo's feature in T Magazine.
Katsuya Kamo Completes Chanel's Spring 2009 Look With Copy Paper Tiaras
Marissa Brassfield — February 9, 2009 — Fashion
References: hudsonjeans & citified.blogspot