(Vocus/PRWEB) February 25, 2011
Chances are, you know them well: those wry, impeccably groomed women from the 1930s, 40s and 50s who grace Anne Taintor’s unique line of greeting cards, magnets, sticky notes, eco-friendly totes, and dozens of other stylish, affordable products. Now, for the first time, Anne introduces a new design and a new generation of smart, impertinent ladies who have stepped out of the kitchen into the bold and glamorous world of the 1960s.
To be introduced in May 2011, taintor…with a twist features classic art from The Saturday Evening Post, the magazine that defined American life and culture for much of the 20th century. These sumptuous images—dare we call them Mad Men-esque? —were created by the Cooper Agency, a Madison Avenue firm that produced much of the magazine’s original art. The women depicted in these evocative scenes are doing a lot less housework and having a lot more fun. But like all of Anne Taintor’s inimitable heroines, their priorities remain the same: looking fabulous, keeping men in line, and procuring their next cocktail.
The taintor…with a twist collection includes greeting cards, magnets, coin purses, luggage tags, coasters, emery boards and flasks —must-haves for feminist femmes fatales of every decade. All of the products feature images from The Saturday Evening Post paired with Anne Taintor’s signature, witty text. Perfect for gift giving, this new line celebrates the playful side of life.
taintor…with a twist will delight new and returning Taintor fans who know the value of a good laugh, a good time, a good-enough man, and a truly great hairdo.