Grey, wool, A-lined skirt with pleating and gold piping detail around the waste. The top layer is embellished with small holes embroidered with varying color threads. The fabric is wool, while the embroidery is acrylic, rayon and wool. The skirt is fully lined in cupra and has a side zip closure.
Model is 5'8", wearing a size 36.
Dry clean only.
100% wool surface, 42% acrylic, 30% rayon, 28% wool embroidery, 100% cupra lining
Minä Perhonen was established in 1995 by Japanese fashion desiger Akira Minagawa, who celebrates his longstanding ties to Scandinavian culture and strives to produce clothes that retain their allure over time. He first visited Finland as a young man, and was inspired to make many beautiful designs like those of the butterflies' wings; from there came the name minä meaning 'I' and perhonen meaning 'butterfly.' Minagawa's design process begins with sketches, which are then turned into storytelling textiles. Minä Perhonen aspires to continually develop new materials and techniques, collaborating with many designers and producers in Japan and abroad.