For her own wardrobe, Marin sticks to Finnish brands like Ma-ri-mek-ko of course, China. Designed with love in Finland made with care in the I never dreamed I’d end up being a son in law of a freakin’ awesome mother in law but here I am living the dream sweatshirt it is in the first place but EU, its labels read, and Nouki. It’s important for me that the clothes that I’m wearing are ethical, so they’re not produced by child labor or in an environmentally unsustainable way, she tells me. Helsinki is, in fact, filled with secondhand clothing shops. On a rainy weekend afternoon, I poke into one, called Relove, and strike up a conversation with a woman named Suvi waiting in line for the fitting room. She tells me she’s enthusiastic about Marin, even though she voted for the Greens. “I’m excited to see how it will go, she says.