Beige Taipuisa Seireeni Coat
The Taipuisa coat in the Seireeni pattern is made of lightly water repellent cotton. The coat has a fixed drawstring hood, a zipper closure underneath a wide placket, and four exterior pockets: two side chest pockets and two flap pockets at the hip. The waistline can be tightened with drawstrings from the back. The sleeve ends can be tightened with buttoned tabs. The seam allowances on the reverse side of the coat feature Marimekko logo binding.
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.
- 100% cotton
- Slightly oversized - if you’re in between sizes we recommend you take a size down.
- Model is 1m 73cm wearing size XS
Love and Care
- Machine wash at 30 degrees
Delivery & Returns
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Click and Collect
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Marimekko is a Finnish lifestyle design house founded in 1951 and known for its original prints and vibrant colours. Bold prints and overlapping colours are the hallmarks of the designs.
Marimekko designs are timeless, and the brand is committed to extending the product lifecycle to reduce their environmental impact. They select materials based on quality and longevity, and use natural fibres like cotton, wool and silk.
The brand is a member of the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), and they support research into innovative, sustainable materials.
The brand has its own textile printing factory in Helsinki that operates with biogas and renewable energy. The majority of the fabrics printed in the factory are certified to STANDARD 100 by OEKOTEX. They also work with 75 partners around the world, who are committed to their sustainability requirements and Code of Conduct.
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