MARIMEKKO, the Finnish design house renowned for its “Art of Printmaking”, shares joy and happiness to everyday life through its bold prints and colors. Their original prints are interpreted through a range of stylish Nordic-spirit home items as well as ready-to-wear for strong, empowered women of the modern world.
Fall/Winter 2022 ready-to-wear
For Fall/Winter 2022, Finnish design house Marimekko concludes its overarching theme of the year: New Folk with a dive into contemporary craft. Traditional tailoring traditions take a softer, more comfortable and feminine form, whereas decorative, almost ornamental patterns from the 60's, 7O's and 80's allow elevating the wardrobe up or down. Neutral base tones of canvas whites and soft grey beiges are complemented with a rich mix of butternut, chanterelle, amber and chestnut, blossoming on the bold prints the design house has become famous for. The season's captivating play of prints, silhouettes, proportions, layers, and jewelry-like details offer an intriguing dialogue between the past and presence and making something old feel entirely new.
2022秋冬，芬蘭設計師品牌Marimekko以全新作品系列深入探索與展現當代服裝藝術，為2022全年設計主題——New Folk （新民族風格）——綴上圓滿句點。傳統剪裁手法呈現更為柔和、舒適的廓形，突出女性風采；來自設計檔案庫中60、70乃至80年代的經典印花圖案則為您的衣着搭配裝點出迥然多姿的時尚風格。在帆布白與柔和米灰等中性基底色調的映襯下，色澤飽滿的亮黃色，金黃色、琥珀色以及栗棕色，熾烈地演繹着Marimekko久負盛名的經典印花圖案。在本季設計中，印花圖案、服裝廓形、剪裁比例、層疊設計以及珠寶般的配飾細節等設計元素交織呈現令人迷醉，猶如一場過去與未來的精彩對談，令經典元素煥發新生的活力。
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Materials & Sustainability
The Fall/Winter 2022 collection introduces varied new sustainable alternatives in seasonal entities. Highlights include comfy knits made of responsibly sourced wool and a selection of both down- and padded jackets, that are made from 100% recycled polyester (padding included). Recycled polyester generates approximately fifteen percent less greenhouse emissions compared to conventional polyester. In addition, the collection introduces a new material EcoVero™, which is a more sustainable viscose made from wood and pulp from controlled and certified sources. Production of EcoVero™ generates approximately thirty percent less greenhouse gas emissions and significantly less water is consumed in the production process compared to conventional viscose. In addition, many sustainable entities introduced in past collections are also continued for this season, i.e. the Funny bags that are made utilizing leftover fabric.