Makoto Azuma On Creating Rihanna’s Floral Headpieces For Vogue

Japanese flower artist Makoto Azuma travelled to London for British Vogue’s September cover shoot with just a pair of scissors in his kit. He ordered the botanicals (many of them rare) that would adorn Rihanna’s head in advance from London’s New Covent Garden Market and, with his two top tier assistants, Azuma integrated himself with the teams of Isamaya Ffrench and Yusef Williams.

“We became one,” he says, of teaching the hair stylists and make-up artists how to attach the flowers safely onto Rihanna’s head. Once the skinny brows and vinyl lips were complete, Azuma swooped in to make the final arrangements to her facial bouquets…[READ MORE]

Source: Makoto Azuma On Creating Rihanna’s Floral Headpieces For Vogue | vogue.co.uk

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