“Samu-Jussi Koski’s designs for garments play with the cream of classics, such as Unikko and other superb patterns by Maija Isola. The intriguing new colorations of Unikko, printed on gossamer-thin silk, are by Kristina Isola.
The very best of Marimekko’s graphical design idiom is represented by Maija Isola’s Kukko ja kana (1965), which provides the pattern for clean-lined outfits in ramie-silk fabric. The Sateenkaari pattern from 1971 makes a splash in a new look on a sophisticated matt-gloss silk-cotton fabric, of which there is a series of classic dresses.” pulled from marimekko.com
The collection is so vibrant and fresh with the perfect balance of marimekko history. Each garment just begs to be worn out and about!