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VMR Announce The Debut of Maria Pinto’s Line M2057

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The Who:

Mark Gill and Tina Kourasis announce that celebrated Chicago designer Maria Pinto will debut her first M2057 collection at VMR. VMR, which stands for Vintage, Modern, Resale, is a showroom featuring designer clothing and accessories ranging from vintage to current season collections from major design houses. It’s no surprise that VMR is the first brick-and-mortar location to house M2057, Maria Pinto’s new ready-to-wear capsule collection of dresses, jackets and wraps all which retail for under $400. Initially launched on Kickstarter, the M2057 collection reflects Pinto’s desire to explore fresh and innovative ideas and techniques.

Maria Pinto is a contemporary American designer and artist who creates beautiful, versatile fashions with a modern, urban edge. She has dressed some of the world’s most fashionable women, including: Michelle Obama, Marcia Gay Harden, Brooke Shields, and Oprah Winfrey.

The What:

Mark your calendar for Tuesday, April 8 through Saturday, April 12 from noon until 6 PM, VMR will be open to the public (no appointment necessary) for guests to shop the M2057 collection. Customers who shop this exclusive M2057 event will garner access Gill and Kourasis’s coveted styling services.

Says Tina Kourasis, “We are so excited to carry this highly anticipated line. The dresses and jackets are exquisite and will pair perfectly with our amazing collection of vintage and resale pieces.

The When:

Tuesday, April 8 through Saturday, April 12

Noon until 6 PM – No Appointment Necessary

The Where:


34 E. Oak Street, 7th Floor

Chicago, IL 60611

I hope to see you there!

More about Maria Pinto click here.



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