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minä perhonen

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From all the artists and designers I have written over the last couple of years I believe that the man behind the minä perhonen label is probably my absolute favorite of them all… wow how I LOVE everything this genius makes, designs and creates. 

The new accesoiries line is delicate, inspiring and friendly and one of those trays really need to come and live in my house. 

And how jealous was I when I found these beautiful images of his house by photographer Anne Dokter. She was lucky enough to visit him and his family. From the images it seems like he is such a likeable guy … style and beauty all around!

Minaperhonen_accesoiries

Minaperhonen
 

{above images by Anne Dokter}

'minä perhonen is a fashion brand working to produce clothes which do not lose their allure through lapse of time.  The name of the brand originates in Finnish as the designer sympathized with the lifestyle and the culture of FINLAND; he has traveled many times through northern European countries. "minä" means "I" and "perhonen" is "butterfly," with a wish to make many beautiful designs like those of butterflies' wings. The brand logo signifies "various characters (dots) within oneself (rectangle shape)." Just like the species of butterflies are countless, the designs too continue to increase.'

 

..minä perhonen 
..Anne Dokter

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  1. Gretchen

    I’ve been minä perhonen fan for that moment I found it from one store – I think it was in Copenhagen. Ah, lovely name in our language -Finnish! And lovely design. Thanks for sharing !


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