Marimekko Fashion for Women
Inspired by the Art Nouveau architecture of Helsinki and its historic skyline, designers Paavo Halonen and Hanna-Kaisa Korolainen incorporated elements of patterns found throughout the city in Metropoli ("metropolis"). Created in 2010, the graphic print zigs and zags its way along the hidden stone pavers of old courtyards, passing decorative borders on the buildings of Finland's capital. Marimekko Metropoli Apron. 32"x33" Pattern designed by Paavo Halonen & Hanna-Kaisa Korolainen; 2010 100% cotton Oversized front pocket Adjustable neck strap Machine wash, tumble dry low Made in Lithuania
Designed in 1964 by Maija Isola, the Unikko ("poppy") design has been the most popular Marimekko print since its introduction. Challenging the common notion of decorative florals, Unikko broke from tradition with its creative pop art interpretation in bold, simplified pattern and bright color. Reproduced in infinite color combinations over its 47-year history, the pattern remains current while symbolizing the free spirit of its designer and those who admire it. Pieno Unikkoi is scaled between the original and mini versions of this distinctive pattern. Pattern designed by Maija Isola; 1964 Pattern placement will vary from sample shown; each is unique 100% lightweight cotton canvas Zipper closure, inner pocket Machine wash, air dry Made in Finland
Founded by Armi Ratia in 1961, Marimekko is a play on words - an anagram of Armi's first name and "mekko," which means "dress" in Finnish. Whether it's on a purse or plate, Marimekko's use of print and color is world-renowned for its trend-setting, forward-thinking aesthetic.
Enchanting florals wrap around these everyday shooties for a magical finish. Founded by Armi Ratia in 1961, Marimekko is a play on words - an anagram of Armi's first name and "mekko," which means "dress" in Finnish. Whether it's on a purse or plate, Marimekko's use of print and color is world-renowned for its trend-setting, forward-thinking aesthetic.