The long Fiore scarf in the Pieni Unikko pattern is made of sheer wool in shades of brown, blue and off white. It measures 70 x 180 cm and has raw edges at the ends. 100% wool.
This small purse is easy to use: it opens and closes with a snap of the brass frame. The brown, dark blue and off white Mini Unikko pattern that adorns it is printed in Helsinki.
Made in Finland. 100% cotton. H10,5 x W8 cm.
This small wine red leather purse is embossed with the famous Unikko pattern. The purse snaps shut easily with a brass frame and it has a cotton lining on the inside. 100% leather. H8 x W7 cm.
The Perla keychain is made of wine red Unikko embossed leather. 100% leather. H10.3 x W9.5 cm.
The Tuire scarf in the blue and black Pieni Unikko pattern is made of a wool and cotton blend with a jacquard knit, which gives the scarf its lively texture. The edges of this large square-shaped scarf have been left unfinished. 50% wool, 50% cotton. 140 x 140 cm.
Made of brown, dark blue and off white Unikko canvas with a thick rubber sole (3,5 cm). The insole is fully removable and there is an adjustable strap on the top. Made in Portugal. 100% cotton.
This tote bag made of heavyweight cotton canvas features the Pieni Unikko print. It has a top zip closure, reinforced base, and shoulder straps. There are three interior pockets, one with a zip closure.  100% cotton. H26 x W33 x D14 cm.
Made of cotton with a twill interior, this rectangular Mini Unikko print purse secures with a metal ball closure.
Made in Finland, fabric printed in Helsinki. 100% cotton. H9 x W19 cm.
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The Talvio skirt in the brown and blue Unikko 640 pattern is made from stretchy cotton twill and decorated with vertical and horizontal seams that run in the middle in both the front and the back. It has side seam pockets, a concealed zipper in the back seam, an A-line hem that ends below the knees as well as belt straps that are sewn into the side seams and can be tied together in the front. Normal fit. Length 70cm.

> Talvio Unikko skirt

98% cotton, 2% elastane
Unikko (poppy) was born in 1964 after Armi Ratia, Marimekko’s founder, had announced that Marimekko would never print a flower pattern. Maija Isola refused to obey Armi’s orders and – in protest – created an entire series of gorgeous floral prints. One of them was Unikko which has become a story of creativity, strength, courage and faith in oneself.

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Unikko 640 fashion collection


pattern designed by Maija Isola, 1964

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