Finnair Flight Attendants Wear Marimekko Kimonos


Photo: Finnair


Marimekko fans, brace yourselves! Just when you think the vibrant patterns have adorned just about everything under the sun, they haven’t. In celebration of Japanese cherry blossom viewing (sakura hanami), Finnair cabin crew will don specially tailored Marimekko kimonos during Japanese flights today through April 16. Kimonos! How cool is that? Hanami, or flower viewing, is the annual Japanese tradition of relishing the blooming foliage after the winter weather subsides. Fourteen of Marimekko’s colorful patterns will be featured throughout the three week period. They’ll be worn on each flight during boarding and in-flight sales. The patterns I’ve spotted in the picture above are Maalaisruusu, Tantsu, Ostjakki, Kuuma, Mehiläispesä, and Ruusupuu. My favorite is the Tantsu pattern. How about you?


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