HAVAIANAS TURNS JAPANESE FOR MYOH 2016

HAVAINAS TURNS JAPANESE FOR MYOH 2016

Summer wouldn’t be complete without Havaianas dishing out their latest commemorative pair to the public through Make Your Own Havaianas (MYOH), right? So last April 22-24,  the leading flipflop brand in the country rolled out their yearly anticipated design with a Japanese theme called “Shibori”, named after the manual dyeing technique in Japan that produces beautiful patterns on fabric.

As you know these buttery-soft-soled-flipflops originated from Brazil, but its main idea was inspired by Zori, a type of Japanese slippers made of fabric straps and rice straws,

HAVAINAS TURNS JAPANESE FOR MYOH 2016

Of course, MYOH wouldn’t be complete without these kawaii pins that will add spark to your summer feet companion that include a Konnichiwa sign, a beer, a Geisha, a Sumo wrestler, a ninja warrior, a bowl of ramen, and a pink sakura (cherry blossoms).

Make Your Own Havaianas is on its 11th year and the brand just keeps on getting better. If you’ve missed this year’s celebration, don’t worry, they still have 2017, and we’re pretty sure it’ll be packed with lots of exciting surprises and lovely designs!

Congratulations to Team Havaianas Philippines!

Edryan Lorenzo, a PR and Marketing practitioner with 13 years of solid experience in the industry of lifestyle, fashion, and e-commerce. I'm into visual arts which includes photography, painting, and sketching. During my free time, I'd prefer to travel to keep my self fueled by different cultures and information. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter at @edryanlorenzo.

About the Author

Edryan Lorenzo, a PR and Marketing practitioner with 13 years of solid experience in the industry of lifestyle, fashion, and e-commerce. I'm into visual arts which includes photography, painting, and sketching. During my free time, I'd prefer to travel to keep my self fueled by different cultures and information. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter at @edryanlorenzo.

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