Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Swim (Miami)

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  1. MCStylist

    MCStylist New Member

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    So just got back from an amazing weekend. I caught a lot of the shows and three designers stuck out for me as their collections were from start to finish the best and storyline and silhouettes.

    CIA Maritima had a broad spectrum of moroccan inspired patterns with intricate unqiue designs and earthy tones.

    http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/lOvFZi5nBY7/Cia+Maritima+Runway+Swim+2011+MBFW/-HSgH6WjxBX

    Poko Pano straight from Brazil was yet another surprise. We saw wider bottoms in her collection,amazon inspired designs with a lot of floral patterns on white and many sets as well as broken sets which clashed but yet worked very well together.

    http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/u63ZHFlfRn5/Poko+Pano+Runway+Swim+2011+MBFW/NoWI9cxO302

    Last but not least Aqua Di Lara had their collection consisting of many one piece swimsuits, solid jewel tone colors, and more sheen shiny metalic fabrics.

    http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/wDijYKO6wSS/Aqua+Di+Lara+Qiss+Qiss+Runway+Swim+2011+MBFW/v2oAEskuWyf

    One thing I consistently saw was a lot of swimsuits having belts or a wrap/cache around the waist. I also saw many collections having single sided belt loop design on side of bikini' One piece suits with top consisting of frontal X design across was also seen on many of the collections. 2011 in the beach will consist more on making a statement than your more traditional comfort swimwear.

    Next up the big daddy of them all NY Fashion week....Can't wait!
     

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