Pentti Rinta’s design work for Marimekko from 1969 to 1987 was marked by versatility. He was equally adept at creating impressive, imaginative prints or restrained geometric patterns. The intriguing Haamuruutu (phantom square) design is an example of the latter.
The Suvannot dress is made of draping viscose twill in the Haamuruutu pattern. The dress has a metal zipper at the collar, elbow-length sleeves, and a slight A-line cut.
Length 118 cm – Regular Fit – 100% viscose
The Totuus wrap dress is made of viscose jersey. The long dress has a V-neck and narrow ribbons that are used to fasten the dress at the waist.
Length 125 cm – Fitted – 95% viscose, 5% elastane
The Suunnistus knit pullover is made of soft merino wool with a Ruutu pattern cable knit. The sweater has a deep V-neck with a wide double-ribbed neckline and wide ribbing at the sleeve ends and hemline.
Length 60 cm – Regular fit – 100% wool