A Cut Above

“We both liked how designers and stylists often introduced the element of the hand-cut and handmade to high-end fashion productions,” explains Amy. Since Nikki had learned paper-cutting techniques in art school and had been working in the medium for a number of years, paper was the logical—and the most affordable—material for their projects. “Together we chose to move in a more three-dimensional and sculptural direction,” Amy continues.

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