Sakura SS22

The story of Sakura

Widely celebrated in Japanese literature, poetry, and art, sakura carry layered meanings. For example, because they bloom briefly, the blossoms are often seen as a metaphor for the ephemeral beauty of living  strength, blossoming sexuality and beauty.At the same time, the joyful tradition of hanami (flower viewing) is an old and ongoing tradition.

Spring Shower at Shiba Park, 1921, Kawase Hasui

Spring at Kintai Bridge, 1937, Kawase Hasui

Cherry Blossom Flurry, 1903, Kayburagi Kiyokata

In this collection,  the color palette runs from the palest lilacs and pink  to opulent blues and purples. The flower prints and pink watercolors stand out as traditional characteristics of the Japanese springtime kimono with southern spanish influence ( raffled kimonos, asian neck… )

The Obi belt is used to fasten the garment around the waist, is presents in many pieces of Sakura Collection. Which is another defining feature of the Kimono,  beautifully knotted around the waist as the unbashed touch of feminity. 


This collection is dedicated to Federico Garcia Lorca, the most important Spanish poet and dramatist of the 20th century. He explored the soul of a woman like no other male writer has before. Each piece carries the name of his poems or the name of the women who were important to him and his art.  With this collection Belionel wants to celebrate the spirit of spring beauty with  lyrical  and romantic pieces.

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