Set of 4 Marimekko Rimala Gift Tags

Featuring patterns by Annika Rimala, a longtime fashion designer for Marimekko, these graphic gift tags make a bold presentation. Designed in the late 1960s, Papajo captures the rhythmic roll of ocean waves with small ocean crests that rise and fall in a striking interpretation of seaside imagery. Rimala's 1969 pattern Karakola aligns freeform concentric circles in linear repetition against a More
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