Bold Japanese Flavors at Make Your Own Havaianas 2016


APRIL 2016

Summer in the Philippines became official with one of the most awaited annual event in the country, Make Your Own Havaianas. At the VIP kickoff event held last April 21 at the Mega Fashion Hall, we said konnichiwa to 11 years of fun and thrill in creating a bespoke pair of flip-flops in various colors and pins of choice. This year’s theme was a tribute to traditional Japanese designs weaved from the Shibori technique. Alongside the intricate flip-flop patterns were one-of-a-kind pins like the sakura flower, zori sandal, Japanese fan, ramen, Sumo wrestler, empress, robot, sushi, ninja, Japanese beer and Japan lettering that had guests testing their creative prowess in selecting their pins and have them placed strategically on the straps.

A perfect match to the Japanese theme was Ooma Japanese Rice Bar and guests were treated to bold new flavors in the form of Spicy Tuna Maki, crunchy Ebi Tempura Maki and Corn Kakiage. As a nod to the Brazilian Caipirinha, OOMA created a “Sakerinha,“ a light refreshment made with a sake base, lime wedges and sugar cubes.

Next to enjoying a new pair from the Shibori collection, MYOH goers also received reward cards from Linguini Fini, Ooma and 8Cuts, all at the Mega Fashion Hall, perfect pit stops for the hungry new owners of MYOH 2016 flip-flops!

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