Founded in 1951, Marimekko is a Finnish lifestyle design house celebrated worldwide for its original prints and colors. 
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The art of print making

Marimekko is Finnish for "Mari’s dress". Since the beginning, the Marimekko dress has been an emblem for women who walk their own path with confidence and style.

The heart and soul of Marimekko’s print design is its own printing factory in Helsinki – that’s where the timeless prints and colors come to life. Large-scale patterns and the overlapping of vibrant colors have been the hallmarks of Marimekko's designs. Perhaps the most iconic of the prints is Maija Isola’s Unikko (poppy) from 1964.

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Finland, Scandinavia, Europe, North America, Australia

Lea Aarinen-Koski, Head of Global Wholesale


Julia Kronlund

Finland, Europe (Home)

Sari Hormaluoma

Finland, Europe (Fashion, Bags & Accessories)

Lea Aarinen-Koski, Head of Global Wholesale

Photography by Tony Vaccaro, 1964

Photography by Tony Vaccaro, 1964

Designed for life:
Marimekko Classics

Each and every Marimekko product is designed to fulfill Marimekko’s core values: quality, functionality and timelessness.

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Bringing joy to everyday life
since 1951

Considered as one of the world’s first lifestyle brands, Marimekko combines fashion, bags, accessories and home decor into an expression of joyful living.

In Marimekko’s creative community, doing things together has always been key to innovation and originality.

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North America

Ryan St. Mary

Australia and New Zealand

Minh Le

Asia-Pacific region

Niina Nenonen, Head of Partner Sales

Business-to-Business Sales, Finland

Krista Hagfors

Spring/Summer 2024

Inspired Unikko (poppy), designed by Maija Isola, will celebrate its 60th anniversary in 2024. Symbolizing creativity, Unikko is much more than just a pattern. It is an icon and an idea. 

During the anniversary year we celebrate Marimekko's most beloved pattern by looking at it through different lenses and different perspectives. First we find out what Unikko looks like from the point of view of minimalism and utilitarianism.

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