Reviving the Flying Lady: Mrs. Miki Wakui’s Iconic Rolls Royce Project with Janat Paris

In a captivating display of elegance and empowerment, Janat Paris recently sponsored the “Flying Lady Rising Happiness” event, honoring the enduring symbol of the winged woman.For the first time, Mrs. Miki Wakui, tea lover and member of Wakui Museum of Classic Cars’ owner family, decided to revive the Flying Lady alongside her 1930 Rolls Royce Phantom II at the Peninsula Hotel in Tokyo. The emblem of the most iconic car in the world, “The Spirit of Ecstasy”, reflects triumph and force.

“Rolls Royce’s mission is to bring awareness to the importance of women’s impact on sustainability and kindness in organizations,” said Maite Burneaud, president of Femmes du Monde.
Janat Paris hosted this event where women connected in community, sharing their dreams and wishes for the future.
“It’s challenging to embody the iconic flying woman, but my passion for cars drives me to inspire women to find freedom and happiness,” Mrs. Wakui shared passionately.