new fabrics from Marimekko for this season

Several new fabrics have been produced by Marimekko for this Season. Two in particular seem to reflect the style of textiles of the 1940s and 1950s with tight overall botanical designs but here given stronger and bolder scale ... or given a modern twist ... which is, I think, the way some design magazines would put it. 

Tomaattitarha, designed by Asao Kodama, has a white background with beautiful marked weave pattern in 45% linen and 55% cotton printed with a design of leaves and fruit in strong colours.

Kranssi, designed by Masaru Suzuki, is a heavy-weight cotton with a more stylised design of a flower vine or trailing stem in more subdued tones of grey, yellow and blue.