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Distributed: Mar 26, 2012

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Perth, Mar 26, 2012 (Global Fashion Wire) - Perth clothing label Mec & The Maid will be conveying their love of classic style by bringing the art nouveau period into the future this Spring/Summer. With sinuous lines, natural forms & a dash of the curvaceous aspects of architectural designs, the collection will be showcased at the much anticipated New Gen Show at Savoir Faires Perth Fashion Week this April.

The Emantiem S/S Collection is inspired by Steinlens Posters, Klimts provocative paintings & various aspects of the classic shapes incorporated into decorative products and architecture of the period. The collection is a result of the dissection and then recombination of key iconic elements of the period into unique fashion garments.

Part of the collection, the Cocorico Dress, which was inspired by Steinlens 'Cocorico Poster Art' accentuates the curves represented in the poster and uses them to compliment the feminine shape. The Stones Throw Away Shorts takes elements from Klimt's "Forrest of Beech Trees" and brings together the elements of nature & colour palette; and is designed to highlight the elements of the female shape.

With Mec & the Maid's love for bringing the old into what they concede as the new, the Emantiem S/S Collection has been designed to capture the beautiful feminine aspects of a past era and bring these to the women of today.

For more info & enquiries, please visit www.mecandthemaid.com.au.

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