Several days ago we learned of the passing of the milliner and hairdresser Katsuya Kamo. He was one of the most creative and sought after collaborators, working with Undercover, Junya Watanabe, Anrealage in Japan, and Europeans like Haider Ackermann, Chanel, and Fendi. His incredible headpieces were especially indispensable to the image-making at Undercover, whose designer Jun Takahashi counted Kamo as a friend.
Below we have compiled a selection of Kamo’s headpieces. We invite you to also view this exhibit on Google’s Art and Culture portal. And if you can get your hands on the rare catalogue Katsuya Kamo 100Pieces, which accompanied the eponymous 2013 exhibit in Tokyo, you will be rewarded.