Swim The Globe made a splash at Miami Swim Week with beautiful prints, sultry swimwear, international designers, and a variety of musical acts and pop-up art and wellness products. The event which took place at the newly renovated Sagamore Hotel, known as the premier Fashion-Music-Art Hotel of Miami Beach, and the only hotel to have its own curator, Sébastein Laboureau, involved prominent street artists. At the opening night soiree on Thursday, guests mingled under the tent, sipped Volcanic Vodka cocktails and were photographed with giant butterfly wings and with the step and repeat.
The shows that took place Friday included a poolside show by Peruvian brand Nalla Swim followed by Runway show by Mister George Collection (Artist) and a Runway show titled Greatest Luv by Viggo Fashion. Saturday included a Poolside show by Paul + Rade, a Runway Group Show with Plenilunio Brand by Colombian Designers Maria Antonia Jimenez and Valeria Restrepo, EK Dezoti by African designer Eryck Dezoti and Paul + Rade by Brazilian Designer Bruna Andrade and Los Angeles native Paul Hugo as well as a Runway Group Show Presented by The Coleman Group including Maly Swimwear, Ankara Delights and Versa-Lux by Florentine West, founder of Fort Lauderdale Fashion Week. On Sunday the event came to an end with an Emerging Designer Showcase which included Sol + Sorbet by Gina Kravitz, Bikini Me Crazy and Abacaxi Keeni by Brazilian Designer Lana Meduric with the Closing Show featured Cioccolato Couture by Eastern European Influencer/Designer Eliya Cioccolato.
A Morning Wellness Pavilion was held Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning with various product samples, pop-up shops and giveaways including Uberlube, Dermagym, Nalho, Istanbuleros, Velvet Sunglasses, presentations on Skincare, Health & Wellness and Yoga presented by Synergy Yoga. Daily Pop-up shops featured immediate collections from the swim designers during Move The World Project.
The Influencer Lounge was hosted in the cabanas by Paul + Rade based in Los Angeles, Reál Sangria and Viblok. Special raffles, swag bags and give-aways took place poolside on Saturday. Music Director Frank Delour’s Move The World Project hosted an array of chill DJs from his days at Cove in the Bahamas.