Unikko bathrobe, white - light grey

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Description

Marimekko’s Unikko bathrobe features the iconic floral pattern by Maija Isola from 1964 in serene tones of white and grey. The soft cotton bathrobe has a pleasant, wide fit with cropped sleeves, side pockets, shawl collar and removable belt.

The Unikko pattern came about in 1964 after Armi Ratia, the founder of Marimekko, had announced in public that no floral fabrics are designed at Marimekko. Maija Isola did not accept rules or restrictions and designed in protest a complete collection of bold floral patterns: Unikko, a Finnish word that means poppy. Today, Unikko is one of Marimekko's best-known patterns and recognized around the world.

Manufacturer:
Marimekko
Design:
Annika Rimala
Material:
100% cotton
Colour:
White, light grey
Sizes:
S, M, L, XL
Length:
S: 115 cm / M: 117 cm / L: 120 cm / XL: 123 cm
Shoulder-sleeve:
S: 43 cm / M: 44 cm / L: 45 cm / XL: 46 cm
Bust:
S: 110 cm / M: 116 cm / L: 126 cm / XL: 136 cm
Care instructions:
Machine wash in 60°C

Designer

Annika Rimala

Annika Rimala

Annika Rimala (1936–2014) was a Finnish designer who is known best for her work for Marimekko. Rimala worked for Marimekko between 1960 and 1982. Personality and humor are combined with durability and practicality in her design work.

Rimala wanted to make timeless and comfortable clothes for alls ages and all sizes. She created the first tricot clothes for Marimekko, the Tasaraita collection, in 1968. Other well-known fabrics Rimala designed for Marimekko are Pallo, Hedelmäkori, Puketti, Petrooli, Tarha and Viiriäinen.

After retiring from Marimekko in 1982 Annika Rimala continued working with her husband Ilkka Rimala and the graphic designer Teemu Lipasti in their own company named Santtu. Since 1969 until 1988 she also worked as a designer for Kaunis Koru. Rimala's work has been exhibited around the world in museums and exhibitions and her work has been recognised with a Pro Finlandia medal in 1997 and the State Design Prize in 1974.

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