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Made of recycled cotton canvas. Sole sewn onto the canvas material. 100% cotton. Lining 100% cotton. Sole 100% rubber.
 
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This beautiful A-line dress with a red, blue and off white Unikko pattern is made of cotton. The dress has dropped three-quarter sleeves, a detachable belt, a boat neckline and a decorative vertical seam at the back. The A-line hem ends at the knee. Printed in Helsinki. Normal fit. Length 100cm.

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Tarika Unikko dress

Made of cotton jersey, this box-shaped t-shirt carries the beautiful Unikko pattern in red, blue and white. The shirt has short dropped sleeves and a straight, loose cut to the hip-length hemline. The round neckline has a binding made of the same material as the shirt. Loose fit. Length 59cm.

> Pujos t-shirt

cotton jersey – 100% cotton
Made of cotton jersey, this basic tunic is like an oversized t-shirt, which carries the beautiful Unikko pattern in red, blue and white. The tunic has short dropped sleeves and a straight, loose cut to the below-hip hemline. The round neckline has a binding made of the same material as the tunic. Loose fit. Length 83cm.

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Punkti tunic

The beautiful red, blue and off white Pikkuinen Unikko pattern decorates this loose-fit button-up shirt made of silk crepe. The shirt has a metal button list along the front, a straight, loose cut to the hip-length hem and short kimono sleeves with turnups at the cuffs that have been partially stitched shut. Loose fit. Length 62cm.

> Noste Pikkuinen Unikko tunic

100% silk
The Bettina dress is a classic button-up dress, which is made of lightly flowing silk crepe in a red, blue and off white colored Pikkuinen Unikko pattern. The dress has a shirt collar, a metal button list along the front and a detachable belt that can be used to easily change the look of the dress. The long sleeves have cuffs and the A-line hem ends at the knee. Normal fit. Length 105cm.

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Bettina Pikkuinen Unikko

dress

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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