Paper Snowflakes Take Second Place To Paper Headdresses In Vogue Italia

There's been plenty of headgear in 2011 to fascinate our style senses, but here comes a bit more — and just in time to spend a laid-back holiday weekend at home getting crafty. Check out the latest issue of Vogue Italia, featuring headwear from Paper Cut Project , the design duo that consistently amazes us with their skills for giving 3D life to an otherwise 2D object. The spread, styled by Giovanna Battaglia and photographed by Greg Lotus, brings some DIY holiday magic to the pages of the magazine in the shape of extra-long ponytails and sky-high updos that give Marge Simpson some major competition. Maybe we never mastered the art of the perfect paper snowflake — or heck, even the origami tuck — but we've got some newfound inspiration for breaking out the scrap paper.
Photo: Via Vogue Italia

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