Miffa Chan


Bread & Butter; is this the end?
January 23, 2009, 8:45 pm
Filed under: Barcelona, Bread and Butter, consumer behaviour, Editorial

This will require further analysis, but the end has arrived. We have been there, actually me and Ramiro with Father Bunny. We were not in the mood to go there (we missed last editions) but we made the effort.

As my first impression, I would say…

Go to the fuck**g hell, you have became a bunch of boring idi**s.

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Bread & Butter; is this the end?
January 23, 2009, 8:45 pm
Filed under: Barcelona, Bread and Butter, consumer behaviour, Editorial

This will require further analysis, but the end has arrived. We have been there, actually me and Ramiro with Father Bunny. We were not in the mood to go there (we missed last editions) but we made the effort.

As my first impression, I would say…

Go to the fuck**g hell, you have became a bunch of boring idi**s.



More Bread, less Butter
July 2, 2008, 9:01 pm
Filed under: Barcelona, Bread and Butter, Editorial

As every year since a couple of them or something, Father Bunny and one of my sisters will go to this event that has been described as:

“In Barcelona fashion victims and those who really want to be walking on the knife edge while talking about fashion and music cannot afford to miss two events Sonar and Bread & Butter”

After the terrible experience in last year’s Custo Party (I had a golden VIP entrance and I missed the catwalk) I have decided to stay at home with my new Daikin AC on.

I would add this to the above statement

“People on their late 30’s and middle 40’s should not miss BBB, specially if they get excited cross dressing or wearing outfits designed for pre-adolescents who own their self stem to Noxima.”

Ahh, if you enjoy a lot of almost nude babes that’s for you too.



More Bread, less Butter
July 2, 2008, 9:01 pm
Filed under: Barcelona, Bread and Butter, Editorial

As every year since a couple of them or something, Father Bunny and one of my sisters will go to this event that has been described as:

“In Barcelona fashion victims and those who really want to be walking on the knife edge while talking about fashion and music cannot afford to miss two events Sonar and Bread & Butter”

After the terrible experience in last year’s Custo Party (I had a golden VIP entrance and I missed the catwalk) I have decided to stay at home with my new Daikin AC on.

I would add this to the above statement

“People on their late 30’s and middle 40’s should not miss BBB, specially if they get excited cross dressing or wearing outfits designed for pre-adolescents who own their self stem to Noxima.”

Ahh, if you enjoy a lot of almost nude babes that’s for you too.



Miffa at Custo Barcelona’s BBB party
February 18, 2008, 10:34 pm
Filed under: Barcelona, Bread and Butter, Fashion, Miffa
I was the first who entered, really.

Some nice visuals, really impressive.

As I told you in my previous post I was not really in the mood and the idea of going the BBB winter 2008 wasn’t very excited.

But, father bunny got two VIP passes for Custo’s catwalk and Custo’s party. Well, it’s said that it’s really hard to get into there and Father Bunny convinced me to go. I must admit that I was somehow excited about my first catwalk, the cool people (or not) and the TV airing the show.

Well the plan was nice but the final result was the poorest and most embarrassing organization that most of us had ever seen. A long, long line with plenty of people waiting to enter the Palace, the greatest idiots on earth were at the door checking the invitations and a lot of people loosing their nerves.

Finally they closed the doors just in front of our faces, with security personnel acting like the dumbest idiots. Pathetic! Just one note: would you send ten times more invitations than seats inside the Palace? It seems that they did it.

We had a VIP Press invitation, a VIP express lane or something would help in these cases. Anyways the night started the wrong way with father bunny really mad.

We rushed to the party, sponsored by SEAT and therefore inside the Fira de Barcelona SEAT pavilion. A big clear space where visuals were quite good –but not really real time as the one Mr. Cyteck made for anateo- quite good music and some show girls.

The format was “all you can drink” and what it was a nice party at the beginning it became a crowded drunken people meeting. Father Bunny was worried about so many people and at some point he decided that his little bunny could be in severe risk of being burnt by a cigarette or being watered with Johnny Walker Black Label.

Again too much people to really enjoy the party. Dying of too much success, May be.

Another one:



Miffa at Custo Barcelona’s BBB party
February 18, 2008, 10:34 pm
Filed under: Barcelona, Bread and Butter, Fashion, Miffa
I was the first who entered, really.

Some nice visuals, really impressive.

As I told you in my previous post I was not really in the mood and the idea of going the BBB winter 2008 wasn’t very excited.

But, father bunny got two VIP passes for Custo’s catwalk and Custo’s party. Well, it’s said that it’s really hard to get into there and Father Bunny convinced me to go. I must admit that I was somehow excited about my first catwalk, the cool people (or not) and the TV airing the show.

Well the plan was nice but the final result was the poorest and most embarrassing organization that most of us had ever seen. A long, long line with plenty of people waiting to enter the Palace, the greatest idiots on earth were at the door checking the invitations and a lot of people loosing their nerves.

Finally they closed the doors just in front of our faces, with security personnel acting like the dumbest idiots. Pathetic! Just one note: would you send ten times more invitations than seats inside the Palace? It seems that they did it.

We had a VIP Press invitation, a VIP express lane or something would help in these cases. Anyways the night started the wrong way with father bunny really mad.

We rushed to the party, sponsored by SEAT and therefore inside the Fira de Barcelona SEAT pavilion. A big clear space where visuals were quite good –but not really real time as the one Mr. Cyteck made for anateo- quite good music and some show girls.

The format was “all you can drink” and what it was a nice party at the beginning it became a crowded drunken people meeting. Father Bunny was worried about so many people and at some point he decided that his little bunny could be in severe risk of being burnt by a cigarette or being watered with Johnny Walker Black Label.

Again too much people to really enjoy the party. Dying of too much success, May be.

Another one:



Bread and Butter winter edition 2008
February 13, 2008, 9:13 pm
Filed under: Bread and Butter, Editorial, Fashion
Miffo with her BBB e-pass
new friends in every corner

The same shows, the same faces…

Last summer I wrote how tired it was to watch the same faces, the same brands and the same shows in every edition. I know that people go there to take a look on new collections and to have a good time. About the first one this is my Father’s and some of his friends’ problem. About the second fact I think they should improve the “power to surprise” if they want to keep his avant-garde halo.

As usual graphic design and brand identity was nice, past edition the motto was “flying” and this winter “smoking”. Yeah, but do not think about smoking Ducados (Now under the Imperial Tobacco orbit), not even Fortuna

Just some funny ultra light cigarettes just for fashionist people with plenty of gold colour on the packet.

This edition Father Bunny received a letter from Germany and the B&B people invited him!!! Can you believe it?

That was another good reason for staying at home. If B&B invited my father after the “embarrassing events” that took place in the summer edition with Mr. Evasee, Mr. GOLDKRICH, Mr. Cyteck and Mr. Musik one must ask herself if that place is for fashion and business people or just for wild party animals as them.

Anyways I sent Miffo to cover the trade fair together with Father Bunny, Mother Bunny and last day with the pro photographer Mr. John Barney.