M2057 Holiday Sale – designer Maria Pinto
Shop and be merry with the M2057 Holiday Sale from Chicago designer Maria Pinto. All items are now 50% off in-store at her Oak Street holiday pop-up shop and online.
Start Date: November 17, 2017
End Date: December 24, 2017
Location: 110 E. Oak St., Chicago, IL 60611 (Holiday Pop-up) or online
To shop in person, please visit the M2057 Style Studio at 833 W. Washington Blvd. in Chicago’s West Loop, or the M2057 pop-up shop just steps off north Michigan Ave. at 110 E. Oak St., Chicago now through Sunday, December 24, 2017.
To learn more about Maria Pinto’s M2057 designs, please visit the website.
About Maria Pinto:
Maria Pinto is a contemporary American designer and artist who creates beautiful, versatile fashion with a modern, urban edge. She is passionate about designing clothing that makes today’s woman feel gorgeous and confident. In her 25 years of designing fashion, Maria has tracked the changing role of fashion in women’s lives. From precious couture to collections made from high-tech fabrics, Ms. Pinto’s work mirrors the ways in which women have engaged in the larger community. A longtime client said, “Wearing Maria’s clothes makes me look and feel like the best version of myself.”
Maria has designed fashions for the Joffrey Ballet and the James Hotel in Chicago, and the Skylark Bar in New York. She served as Creative Director of the department store Mark Shale, where she led the buying team and curated the women’s fashion collections. Her designs have been featured in Vanity Fair, the New York Times, Women’s Wear Daily, the Wall Street Journal, and the Chicago Tribune, among other publications.
Maria has counted some of the world’s most notable style icons as clients, including First Lady Michelle Obama, Marcia Gay Harden, Brooke Shields, and Oprah Winfrey. Most recently, designs from M2057 by Maria Pinto were featured on the hit show Empire. In 2012, Ms. Pinto co-curated an exhibition for the Field Museum, “Fashion and the Field Museum Collection.” Her designs are now part of the Field’s permanent collection.