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…love these textiles from past seasons of Minä Perhonen…
my heart…fluttering right now.
I’ve always wondered if it’s a woman or a man.. Now I realise the designer is a Japanese man. I saw his works in an exhibition at Mori Art Museum in Tokyo a couple of years ago. I was fond of his works and the name (Minä Perhonen) which is Finnish and means “I Butterfly”. It works well since most Finnish lastnames end with -nen so it almost sounds like a real name to me.
about as fantastic as ever!
I am in love with the first pattern — the colors are beautiful!
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