The following feature appears in the September 2016 issue of NYLON.
Zuri Marley’s summer dorm at New York University comes furnished with typical college staples: khaki walls, matching twin beds, and stock dressers. The room seems normal at first, until you notice the flair she’s added. On a desk in one corner are two shelves lined with wig heads, each with its own unique style. Next to them, a vinyl record of music by her dad, Ziggy Marley—Bob’s eldest son.
“It’s my Factory,” she says of the space, referring to Andy Warhol’s iconic studio. Her chosen wig for the day is jet black and wavy, with a bang. “When I first moved here, I couldn’t even afford a wig,” she says. “Now I’m building my collection.”
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Hair and makeup: Danny Lariviere using Marc Jacobs Beauty. Clothing from Screaming Mimi’s Vintage.