July 7 2023 – The largest swim festival in the world, kept the party going on day 3 with a full schedule of not-to-be-missed runway shows, parties, events, and activations. Day 3 at Miami Swim Week® The Shows kept the party going with a full- on schedule of unmissable events, parties, and shows.
As the world’s largest swimwear festival in the world, Miami Swim Week’s headlining brands are plentiful, with colorful swimwear capsules such as Cupshe made its return this year to Miami Swim Week® The Shows at its second annual Cupshe Cares Runway Show with supermodel Chanel Iman, actress Jena Frumes and her son Jason King, and amputee model Marsha Elle leading the show.
Standout pieces of the collection included flowy solid color skirts, floral printed dresses, one-piece cutout swimsuits, high-waisted bikini bottoms, metallic two-piece bikinis and long sleeves bikini tops.
Established names such as Nicole Miller demonstrated the power of sheer sexiness in the form of coveted beachwear presentations that are the definition of chic. The designer included denim bikini bottoms, jackets and cut out pants. While other trailblazing swimwear brands such as 209 Mare opted for pastel blazers for both men and women. While Jared Lang turned up the heat with collection of florals and solid shirts that came in several bright hues including pinks, blues, and reds.
Barbiecore is an ongoing trend that we probably won’t see the end of for a while. Moda Minx, Vasaro, and BCHLX Presents “ Ken and Friends” Collections included hot pink bikinis, and brightly bold one pieces and printed men’s shorts.
Founded by Moh Ducis, Miami Swim Week® The Shows is owned, managed, and the trademark property of the DCSW Group and showcases the best in swimwear fashion, highlighting inclusivity and sustainability.