The Marimekko Kuusikulma skirt is made of cotton poplin in the Kiila pattern, which is printed in Helsinki. The skirt has a voluminous geometrical cut, a concealed zipper in the back seam, and top-stitched side seam pockets. Printed fabrics are random cut in order to avoid as much unnecessary waste as possible, making each product a unique piece. Semicircles are the basic components of the impressive Kiila (wedge) pattern. They are moved by wedge-like shapes that separate large color surfaces.