The Paper Cut Project Paper Hats: The Upcoming Catwalk Accessory

Leaving behind the most recent catwalk accessories like the spikes and studs, the one that is going to hit the runway this year are the amazingly designed
Paper Cut Project Paper Hats. Not only a new breakthrough in the world of fashion and catwalk, but these Paper Hats are a perfect utilization and recycling
of our wasted papers.
Leaving behind the most recent catwalk accessories like the spikes and studs, the one that is going to hit the runway this year are the amazingly designed Paper Cut Project Paper Hats. Not only a new breakthrough in the world of fashion and catwalk, but these Paper Hats are a perfect utilization and recycling of our wasted papers. Paper Cut Project Hats These elegantly sculpted Paper Cut Projects are the creation of artists Amy Flurry and Nikki Salk. The amazingly designed headpieces are all set to go for display this year at Jeffrey in New York and Atlanta. Flurry, a regional editor of Lucky and Sulk, a former owner of a boutique and a fashion blogger deserves a special appreciation for taking up one of this major eco-friendly effort, recycling of the throw out papers and making an end to the trend of fur and leathers in fashion. Paper Cut Project Paper Hats The first collection of this Paper Cut Project that is set to hit the runway this new year are the Pony Hat and the Leaf Hat with its outstanding design and skilled sculpting. We look forward to many more Paper Cut Projects, so as to put an end to fur and leather fashions, saving animal life at the same time. For more recycled projects, check back with the Stylish Puff Clutch, made out from recycled cans. Via: [Stylist]