The Paper Cut Project Kate Spade Window Display Looks Like Anime Hair

 - Jul 21, 2011
References: katespade & refinery29
The Paper Cut Project Kate Spade window display is surely something many will stare at in amazement. Paper Cut Project happens to specialize in this stylish industry, having done displays for The Hudson’s Bay Company, Hermes, Cartier and more.

Founded by Amy Flurry and Nikki Salk, the two were discovered by Kate Spade’s window display guru John G. earlier this year, who asked the duo to create a one-of-a-kind window display for the fashion house. With no staff but themselves, the dynamic duo created five stunning creations for the Paper Cut Project Kate Spade window display, which coincides with the label’s Lilian Bassman capsule collection. The pieces were actually inspired by Bassman’s famed photograph, ‘A Touch of Dew.’