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Where to Get It: Marimekko

H&M launches its Marimekko tribute line today, but here are six spots that stock the real deal.

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Marimekko gear from Kiitos Marimekko, Manolo Blahnik, Clearly First, The Shop @ Scandinavia House, and hus. Photo Illustration: Jed Egan.  

Clearly First
980 Madison Ave., nr. 76th St.; 212-988-8242
Native Swede Hélène Hellsten carries a selection of Marimekko spring dresses at her Upper East Side showroom, like the multicolored Dune dress with a matching wide-brimmed hat.


hus
11 Christopher St., at Gay St.; 212-620-5430
Steen Knigge’s Scandinavian-centric boutique offers a wide-ranging collection of Marimekko gear and apparel, including umbrellas, canvas handbags in shades of lime green and pink, floral-print shoes, and a packed rack of the spring line’s silk Art Deco–inspired dresses.

Big Bag
49 E. 8th St., nr. Greene St.; 212-353-3503
At this haven of suitcases, clutches, and handbags, Marimekko’s candy-colored Horisontti totes and the pink-and-orange–flowered Unikko bags are among the best sellers.

Kiitos Marimekko
1262 Third Ave., nr. 73rd St.; 212-628-8400
This concept store on the Upper East Side is a Marimekko paradise, stocking dozens of fabrics, furniture, housewares, and hard-to-find apparel, like the brand’s iconic apple T-shirt.


The Shop @ Scandinavia House
58 Park Ave., nr. 37th St.; 212-847-9737
Located at the headquarters of the American-Scandinavian Foundation, this overlooked shop showcases geometric- and floral-print Marimekko umbrellas, makeup bags, bibs, and serving dishes.

Manolo Blahnik
31 W. 54th St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-582-3007
Pointy-toe king Manolo Blahnik introduces Marimekko-patterned heels as part of his spring and summer 2008 collection, including a pink Unikko-print stiletto for $595.


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