You’ve asked and Melissa has finally come to Japan! Our first Japan flagship store opens today in Harajuku, Tokyo. Melissa shoes are already popular on Asia, and we have prepared some special things for all Japanese girls.
To celebrate the store opening, special limited shoes only found at the Harajuku store will be sold. You’ll be able to find the full line of Karl Lagerlfeld and Jason Wu’s collaboration models.
Don’t forget to visit us! We are sure you’re going to love it!
For the women crazy about fashion exhibitions – like us – we have made a list of our favorites that are in display right now and you just can’t miss them!
Yves Saint Laurent 1971, The Scandal Collection
In the Fondation Pierre Bergé, in Paris, you can find an exhibition about the collection Yves Saint Laurent presented in 1971. It’s known as “Liberation” or “Forties” collection, which was inspired by the fashion of the war years. He used short dresses, platform shoes, square shoulders and exaggerated makeup, which caused a scandal in Paris.
Riviera Style: Resort and Swimwear since 1900
You’ll find everything from conservative Edwardian cover-ups to swimsuits and sarongs with the odd burkini atthe Fashion and Textiles Museum’s summer exhibition, bringing together over 100 years of beachwear.
Fashioning the Body: An Intimate History of the Silhouette
Curator Denis Bruna of the Musée des Arts décoratifs presents a history of the silhouette in fashion, beginning in the 17th century. It illustrates how the human body has been sculpted to meet the aesthetics of the time.
Vivienne Westwood: 30 years in Fashion
The first Punk outfits make on Vivienne’s kitchen table and sold in the shop she ran with Malcolm McLaren are displayed in this exhibition. At the Victoria & Albert Museum you can find the history of the queen of punk’s career.