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Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 718.383.1236
Release date: 6/18/10
Sale dates: 6/26/10-6/27/10
The Shoe Market: 160 N 6th at Bedford.
Mary Meyer will be participating in a series of outdoor pop-up shops this summer in Brooklyn, NY. For one weekend, once a month, shoppers can score deeply discounted merchandise from her Spring 2010 womens and mens collection as well as favorites from previous seasons and limited edition burnout tees. Prices $10 to $60
Come join us on Saturday and Sunday June 26th and 27th from Noon to 7pm at The Alley of The Shoe Market: 160 N 6th at Bedford.
Williamsburg Walks, car-free Bedford Avenue will also be in effect that weekend between North 4th and North 9th. Enjoy the food demostrations, art installtions and shop!
Mary Meyer grew up in Los Angeles, CA and graduated from the California College of the Arts with a degree in painting. While in school, Mary studied extensive types of printmaking, weaving, dying, welding and woodwork and discovered her interest for fashion. After graduation, starting production out of her living room, she began to make custom shirts and dresses for her friends and peers. In 2005 she founded her own company, Mary Meyer Clothing, that is carried at stores such as OAK, Bono Drag and Pixie Market. She has become famous for her paint-like prints, wearable silhouettes and unique sense for detailing. Mary’s inspiration ranges from Andy Warhol, Franz Kline, African textiles, Japanese dye techniques, quilts, pop art, the beach, wheat pasted punk flyers and 80’s graphic tees. The combination of which creates a mark that is both original and yet somehow nostalgic. Mary Meyer aims to bridge fine art, her non-profit work and love of music; with beautiful guys and girls wearing and doing beautiful things.