This Paper Artist Has Created Astoundingly Intricate Paper Costumes – Design You Trust

This Paper Artist Has Created Astoundingly Intricate Paper Costumes


Russia-based paper artist Asya Kozina has created these astoundingly intricate paper costumes, which were especially made for the wedding underwear company “Wild Orchid”.


The different styles that are depicted in this series show the traditional fashion sense of bridal dresses found in countries across the globe, but realized in this ever so delicate medium, paper.


The black and white truly captures the the elegance and grace perfectly!


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