Ken Okada outfit - A Ken Okada's shirt make the spring
Spring has always been my favorite season, it reminds me of my walks in the park of Inokashira, near Tokyo.
Spring is also a very expensive season in the heart of the Japanese, we celebrate it during a picnic under the cherry blossoms we call Hanami (literally: look at the flowers).
The symbol of spring is precisely the cherry blossom or sakura: this fragile flower lasts only a few days before flying away, leaving behind thousands of pale pink flakes.
It is therefore natural that the spring and the delicate sakura were a source of inspiration for this collection and especially this model: the Agnese shirt.
Its flowery pattern and pastel colors represent MY Spring.
That night I had a strange dream. I dreamed that I was hanging hundreds of Agnese shirts with Parisian trees, in an attempt to recreate a Hanami.
And you know what ... it was beautiful!