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Plush offers new Nectarina based Cia Maritima S/S collection
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Jan '10
Plush Swimwear announced the inclusion of Cia Maritima to its online offerings of high fashion designer swimwear. Available to purchase immediately are select pieces from Cia Maritima's 2010 Summer Collection.

Cia Maritima is a premier Brazilian beachwear label and stands as one of the most successful swimwear couture brands from Latin America. Founded in 1990, the label belongs to the Rosset Group, the largest textile producer in South America. Cia Maritima leverages the parent group's know-how to apply the most technologically advanced fabrics, seaming techniques and exclusive patterns to their collections.

Cia Maritima's 2010 collection was inspired by the classicism reminiscent of designer Madeleine Vioneet, modern Versace creations and Greco-Roman mythical figures. Close-fitting pieces, Greek arabesque and geometry all serve to celebrate women's features with sensual pieces and discreet elegance. Innovative fabrics, such as “New Nectarina” with its velvety touch, and matte jersey, lend fluidness to the pieces in the collection. The first pieces from Cia Maritima selected by Plush Swimwear all feature these refined artistic motifs in their design.

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