something distinctly punk about Katsuya Kamo’s aesthetic. His
otherworldly headpieces, designed for some of the world’s most revered
fashion houses, seem to disregard the limits of millinery, often combine
hair with unusual materials. “Feathers,
paper, butterflies, animals, everything,” the Japanese hairstylist and
makeup artist said in his Tokyo studio, gesturing to the examples
surrounding him, including outtakes from his latest collection for
designer Jun Takahashi’s Undercover label.