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Designers get together at Paraíso Miami Swim Week 2023

Paraíso Miami Swim Week, the largest summer clothing runway in the US, will be held June 8-11 at Collins Park with distinguished designers

Paraíso Miami Swim Week, the largest summer clothing runway in the United States, will take place from June 8 to 11, with brands, swimwear designers and shows from Oneone, Natasha Tonic, Lain Snow and Shan, Azulu, Luli Fama , Curve, among others.

Get ready to see style and glamor in the experiential tent built in Collins Park, Miami Beach. Designers will develop their most impressive collections, each with their own distinctive touch.

A list of lingerie and resort brands will present their new collections in the experiential tent built in Collins Park, in Miami Beach (2100 Collins Avenue).

Among the main experiences will be:

Lain Snow (North Carolina) with her Coastal Cowboy collection for moms who love to twin her children. Playful prints and neon colors will be paired with eccentric cowboy boots and hats from Aspen’s iconic store Kemo Sabe, bringing a western twist to coastal-inspired looks.

Oneone (Colombia) with its #TBT collection – a line of swimwear that is both timeless and on-trend – will offer a full try-in on-demand production, which will mean that each piece will be made for the customer who ordered it.

Shan, the Canadian beachwear company, created by Chantal Levesque in 1985, will hit this catwalk for the first time with a show that will cause a sensation for its soft and timeless colors. This season, the Montreal brand will present a modern collection designed for well-heeled travelers with a taste for fashion.

Curve will hit the catwalk for the first time with more than 10 designers: Anita, Chantelle, Culture Trees, Elomi, Fantasy, Freya, Leonisa, Mapalé, Simone Pérèle, Wacoal, among others will bring their unique vision to the event, showcasing the epitome of fashion. beauty, comfort and confidence in lingerie.

Natasha Tonic will show the new Coral City collection, which will help restore endangered coral reefs. “I create collections when I feel there is an environmental message to share,” said Natasha Tonic.

Azulu, a Colombian brand with a strong tourism identity and known for its modern feminine silhouettes, will carry a collection that combines shades of blue, orange and terracotta with neutral tones of white, ivory and gold. Natural breathable fabrics will be used to design the ready-to-wear collection, while sustainable materials, such as recycled lycras, will be used for the swimwear pieces.

Luli Fama, a Miami-based women’s luxury resort and swimwear brand recognized worldwide for its universally flattering fit, immaculate designs and eclectic mix of vibrant hues, will showcase the new Puerto Luli collection, inspired by a captivating journey through the white sand beaches and crystal clear waters of the Caribbean islands.


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