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On our minds: Samuji

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by adakallgren on 8 January, 2015

We absolutely love this Finnish brand and were no less impressed by where they took their collection for pre-fall.

On our minds is Samuji’s lovely Pre-Fall 2015 collection defined by mellow autumnal colours and classic silhouettes. We absolutely love this Finnish brand and were no less impressed by where they took their collection this time. The label, which is celebrating everyday simplicity by producing ”timeless and sustainable design with a purpose”, has recently launched a homeware line worth noting featuring some beautiful prints that reveals founder Samu-Jussi Koski’s past at Marimekko. More here and here. /Ada Källgren


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