One of Marimekko's first floral patterns, Vihkiruusu ("wedding rose") was created in
1964 by legendary designer Maija Isola. Precise yet exuberant, Vihkiruusu is a stylized interpretation of a stemmed garden rose blooming in simple graphic repetition.
Designed in 2009 by Pia Holm, Tuliainen ("gift') is resplendent with botanicals
that abstractly depict a Nordic spring. Composed of raindrops, flower petals and buds, the print celebrates the artist's passion for gardening.
Designed by Erja Hirvi in 2004, Lumimarja ("snowberries") is a modern return
to organic and natural design encapsulated elegantly in this Marimekko pattern. The snowberry, whose interior resembles crystalline snowflakes, is representative of the beauty that can be found ...