Friday, 22 October 2010

Stunning Paper Art

Chanel Haute Couture Spring Summer 2009

Headdresses by Katsuya Kamo dreamlike visions in mostly white made from standard printer paper.

Monochrome arrangements of roses, daisies, leaves and petals winding their way up and around the room’s 32 columns and draped over the railings of the entry stairway where the models appeared. 84 round tables with their tablecloths and paper bouquets. There were 7000 handmade paper flowers, which took a total of 4800 hours of work to assemble. 4000 m2 of paper were needed to create the sculptures.
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