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Christmas wish list: Lots of love & a turban
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Christmas wish list: Lots of love & a turban

Have you dreamed of having a cozy Nurmi turban to keep you warm? If you don’t want to burden the environment with excessive amount of unnecessary presents but you’d still like to have a tiny soft present under the Christmas tree this is your chance: We can help you to get your wish to Santa – […]

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The story of men’s Nurmi shirts

The story of men’s Nurmi shirts

The moment we’ve all been waiting for: the men’s shirts are here! We just received the first small batch of men’s Nurmi shirts from production. The reason why it took quite a long time to get them done is because we were sourcing for the right place for production. At first our plan was to […]

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What are the costs of making a Nurmi T-shirt?

What are the costs of making a Nurmi T-shirt?

Some may think that 59€ for a men’s T-shirt is way too much. But in fact: it should be even more. At the moment all our men’s T-shirts are made from GOTS certified organic cotton from Turkey and the are cut & sewn in Finland. The production and material costs are so high that the […]

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Nurmi garment cost breakdown

Nurmi garment cost breakdown

Huili magazine asked us to share the costs of producing a Nurmi garment. Here’s the result: Graphics: Huili magazine // 3-4/2013 Cost breakdown // Dahlia blazer: Fabric 19,50€ Interlining 0,4€ Neck label 0,3€ Size label 0,1€ Care label 0,2€ Hangtag 0,8€ Cutting & sewing 23€ Finishing 0,5€ Transportation 1€ Packaging 0,3€ Label’s share 46€ Retailer’s […]

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The Story of Auli Dress

The Story of Auli Dress

The Auli Dress was first introduced already a year ago with black&white pattern. The same style continued and this summer there is also a multicolored version. The style has been popular but as we’re using leftover materials there’s only a small number of items left. We hope to find a good new fabric which fits to this style in order to be able to continue this design which flatters many different body shapes!

We had a couple of rolls of the multicolored viscose blend fabric left in stock so a new batch was produced by lovely UNQ Designs located in Lahti, Finland. This time we added also size XL which has been requested!

// Auli Dresses available at Nurmi webstore

 

Nurmi Jeans

Nurmi Jeans

Nurmi jeans for men and women are now launched! Read more about the production process here.

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Boys, boys, boys!
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Boys, boys, boys!

Now the moment you boys have been waiting for: styles for men as well! It all starts with classic T’s in gray melange, black & deep red stripes. The print designs have been made in collaboration with a friend of mine, Finnish illustrator Santtu Mustonen. Santtu has lived in Amsterdam for the past few years […]

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The design process: Cube Necklaces

The design process: Cube Necklaces

I started to design the Cube necklaces last summer and step by step they formed into the shape they’re now. The shape origins from the graphic form of Nurmi logo. I wanted to keep the shape really simple, but still adding a little twist to it. The production process started together with a carpenter Juuso Laurila […]

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Nurmi webstore is open!

Nurmi webstore is open!

Now you can find all the Nurmi products from our brand new international webstore! Check the shop at www.store.nurmiclothing.com. I wanted to build the webstore to be as informative as possible, so each product contains all the necessary information of the product and the production process. If you have any questions or improvement suggestions, please […]

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No more killer jeans

No more killer jeans

We all wear them and we all have an opinion about them. Our favorite pair of pants: jeans. There has been a lot of discussion about the ecological and ethical aspects of jeans – especially about all the hazardous finishing treatments. I wanted to share a few words about the production of jeans (and how […]

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