Miami Swim Week: Our Favorite Swimwear Lines
Posted on July 23 2015
Although Miami Swim Week wasn't quite the same without its long-time partner, Mercedes Benz, and event organizer, IMG, the shows still went on. Sure you had to wait more than expected but luckily, many said it was worth the - at most - one hour delay. We gotta admit - the designs for next year's swimsuits are pretty stellar, and oh, so sexy. Think teeny-tiny garments, bright colors, tribal patterns, scuba fabrics, boho vibes and embellishments to name a few. Here, we've rounded our favorite designers from Miami Swim Week. Check 'em out!
1. Mara Hoffman
Hoffman’s Marrakech-inspired collection was filled with bold prints, cutout one-piece suits, caftans, and draping white numbers on display in the pool space, which, by the way, is lined with 24-karat-gold mosaic tiles. “For this collection, I was sort of channeling the whole Yves Saint Laurent thing when he was living in Jardin Majorelle in Morocco.”
2. Clover Canyon
Although the show started 30 min late, and ended 15 minutes early, Clover Canyon didn't upset. The contemporary label featured laser cut outs and an assortment of colors, prints and patterns. We love their clothing, so we kinda knew we'd swoon over their resort 2016 collection.
3. Frankie's Bikinis
Subtle at best, the Frankie's Bikinis show was full of fun and flirty personalities. The girls each posed differently when reaching the end of the runway, while some twerked or winked at the cameras. The swim 2016 line showcased delicate florals, high waisted boy shorts and laser cut monokinis.