Products

…more sustainable. In addition to the cotton, materials used in the collections include, for example, linen, wool, merino wool, lyocell, modal, viscose, silk and leather. We also use recycled materials…

Manufacturing

…as it enables us to test new more sustainable materials and colors. The base fabrics for our own printing factory are sourced, for example, from Germany, Portugal, Turkey and Peru….

FAQ

…here. Why aren’t all Marimekko products manufactured in Finland? Marimekko’s product range is very wide and, all the required production capacity, special machinery, manufacturing skills, materials and supplies cannot be…

Risks and opportunities

…opportunity Climate change brings along many challenges – energy, water and raw materials scarcity and the threat of narrowing biodiversity. Climate change has a direct impact, for example, for the…

Board of Directors

…Björklund, Arthur Engel, Mika Ihamuotila, Mikko-Heikki Inkeroinen, Helle Priess and Catharina Stackelberg-Hammarén were re-elected as members of the Board of Directors. The Board is chaired by Mika Ihamuotila and vice-chaired…

Meet the makers – Lithuanian Tindra

…to few local companies, Tindra has customers mainly in Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, and the UK. UAB Tindra in brief: Founded in 1992 Marimekko’s partner manufacturer since 2010 Currently employs…

Employees

…foster an open, non-hierarchical corporate culture that is based on creativity and entrepreneurship. The Marimekko spirit, incorporating the company’s values, forms the backbone for our daily work together. Managers are…

Remuneration

…and CEO is, in addition to her regular salary, entitled to an annual bonus, the maximum amount of which corresponds to her regular salary for four months. The principles determining…