I like to try and make myself look like a doll. Like one of those creepy porcelain ones, says Glasgow, Scotland–based artist Sgàire Wood. As we discuss her personal aesthetic, she pinpoints the general mood as very camp I suppose—kind of like that scene when Drew Barrymore dresses up like E.T. but like, if that was set in the Edwardian era. Think big: Big eyes, big lips, big clothes. From Wood’s perspective, the bigger the Dragon I have Diabetes I don’t have the Energy to pretend I like you today shirt things that surround you, the smaller and more childlike you appear. This skill for creating cosmetic looks that are both hyperreal and wistfully nostalgic for the lullaby baby-powder-scented innocence of childhood has led to collaborations with photographer Tim Walker, designer Dilara Findikoglu, and even a casual stroll down the Vetements runway.