The Unikko print was designed by Maija Isola in 1964 prior to the flower-power explosion of the 1970’s. Ahead of her time, Isola was a master of deconstructed prints that stripped images to its bear bones to reveal a simplistic yet modern pattern. This ability to create clear design led her to create the Unikko print, a simplified print of a poppy flower. Continually re-inventing its hues, this fall Unikko goes bright with vivid orange, purple and yellow tones.
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