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    Look sharp and take your suit next level with Mainie's new men's accessories

    Move over ladies, the blokes are about to take their bespoke style to the next level.

    With the spring racing and festive season just around the corner, TNQ fashion label Mainie Australia has just launched its first collection just for men.

    The collection of pure silk neck ties, bow ties and pocket squares feature a range of five authentic Indigenous artworks.

    There has been a strong demand for a men’s collection with Mainie’s founding director and designer Charmaine Saunders saying it was only a matter of time before they released wearable art for men that would complement the women’s range of scarves, tops and sarongs.

    “There has always been a strong demand for Mainie to release its own range for men that would tick both boxes of fashion accessory and giftwear,” she said.

    “With our brand now established and featured in retail outlets in both Cairns and throughout Australia, the timing is now right to add a men’s collection.”

    Taking cue from the natural environment that is the artists home, designs span versatile earthy neutral and vibrant Reef inspired colour palettes in five unique and authentic artworks – two from NAIDOC Artist of the Year, Elverina Johnson from Yarrabah and three from renowned Queensland artist, Justin Butler.

    Mainie is an Aboriginal owned, ethical, fair-trade brand. Royalties from each sale are returned to the Warlpiri artists of the Tanami Desert in Central Australia and Dirringhi Arts in Yarrabah, TNQ.

    For more information on Mainie’s collections, click here.