The Marimekko archive inspired Latvojen shirt in the Seireeni pattern is made of cotton poplin. The shirt has an open neckline with a wide elastic gather. The voluminous elbow-length raglan sleeves have elastic gathers at the sleeve ends. The shirt has a bell-shaped hem and a central back seam.
These shirts are sewn using the whole width of the fabric, and therefore their appearance may vary slightly. Each item is unique.
While traveling in Greece in the early 1960s, Maija Isola got inspired by the movement of water and depicted it in several fabric prints, including Seireeni (siren) from 1964. Named after the mythological sirens, the pattern also reflects the enchanting singing that lured sailors into dangerous waters.