!! OMG, fantasmical furry fascinations: Maiko Takeda’s RCA millinery collection !!

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Inspired by the “futuristic mood” of Philipp Glass and Robert Wilson’s opera ‘Einstein on the Beach’, Maiko Takeda’s Royal College of Art 2013 millinery collection comprised of caterpiller-like rainbow facial fans and sea urchin-esque acrylic ‘schoodies’ and fascinators:

“I wanted to create ethereal experiences for the wearer through the pieces. Through the experiment process, I developed the technique to create a visual effect of intangible aura.”

Follow the jump to view the remainder of Takeda’s plastic fun furry facial fantasies.


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[via dezeen]

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