I was lucky to receive an invitation to the fashion show of the japanese label Mina Perhonen.
The butterfly is the logo of Mina Perhonen and the colours give an outlook on those used in the collection.
The show was opening with a model who was cutting her dress with scissor.
It was a quiet and exiting moment to see what will come up. She cut out a butterfly and this was the kick-off for the presentation of Akira Minagawa's spring collection 2008.
They wore beautyful loose dresses either in pastell colours combined with an effectual use of blue or yellow leggins. My personal preference were the knee-lengh skirts combined with comfortable cotton shirts with a decent but eleborate cut. All of the clothes looked very comfortable and "ready to wear" (as it should ideally be). A great detail and part of the show were the accessories in form of straw hats...as sophisticated as a straw hat could be.
The collection is perfect for those who like emphasize on the vunerable and innocent side not so much on femininity of a woman.To celebrate the birthday of the label each guest a porcelain clinger butterfly…and there the