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  • Issue 38

Tomihiro Kono

In conversation with an otherworldly wigmaker. Words by Selena Takigawa Hoy. Photograph by Sayaka Maruyama.

Wigmaker, hairstylist and head prop maker Tomihiro Kono is a master of disguise. His ethereal headwear has long been key to the visual identity of Comme des Garçons’ runway and has appeared on the covers of W, T Magazine and several global editions of Vogue. For all the razzle-dazzle of his astral creations, the artist himself is a reserved perfectionist. He spoke to Selena Takigawa Hoy about how a childhood on an orange farm made way for a career behind


This story is from Kinfolk Issue Thirty-Eight

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