If you’re going to wear a wig, opt for the most extravagant one you can find. Asya Kozina is using paper to make hers. They are grandiose, inspired by old powdered wigs with more sculptures than haircuts.
“I’ve always been interested with historical wigs, particularly those from the Baroque period,” Kozina adds. “This is art for the sake of art.” For the sake of aesthetics, Aesthetics make no sense, yet they are lovely. In this scenario, paper aids in highlighting the central shape and avoiding obsessing over minor details.”