Marimekko – Design, Fabric, Lifestyle

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ファブリック ≪ウニッコ≫(ケシの花)、図案デザイン:マイヤ・イソラ、 1964年 Unikko pattern designed for Marimekko by Maija Isola in 1964
ドレス、服飾デザイン:ミカ・ピーライネン、2001年  ファブリック≪マンシッカヴオレト≫(イチゴの山々)、図案デザイン:マイヤ・イソラ、 1969年 Design Museum
ドレス、服飾デザイン:ミカ・ピーライネン、2001年  ファブリック≪マンシッカヴオレト≫(イチゴの山々)、図案デザイン:マイヤ・イソラ、 1969年

Marimekko, Finland's famed fashion and textile house, has established quite a presence in Tokyo over the past years, with brick-and-mortar stores set up in many of the capital's trendiest 'hoods. If you're looking to delve a little deeper into this style juggernaut's history, make sure to not miss out on the Bunkamura's winter special: 'Marimekko – Design, Fabric, Lifestyle' recaps the brand's history from its founding in 1951 all the way up to the present. Admire a dress once worn by Jackie Kennedy, fabrics by 'Unikko' designer Maija Isola and a wealth of other items on loan from the Helsinki Design Museum – a total of more than 200 pieces will be on display to tell the 65-year story of an iconic fashion factory.


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