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Maaji Swimwear Presented “Chimeric Wayfarer” 2014 Collection

Maaji Presented "Chimeric Wayfarer" 2014 Collection Sunday, July 21, 10pm – Cabaña Grande at The Raleigh Hotel, 1775 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

Colombia-based swimwear brand, Maaji made its Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim debut, featuring Maaji’s 2014 collection, “Chimeric Wayfarer” including women’s swimwear and lingerie, as well as a preview to the brand’s first collection for men.

For Maaji, the new Chimeric Wayfarer collection symbolizes the journey of discovering a place where the impossible is possible, a place where dreams are built and imagination sails as far as your deepest desires. Maaji’s new designs embody a piece of paradise within you to take on each new adventure. It offers a vast selection of designs, including bandeau style bikinis, triangle tops, halter, one-shoulder, and underwire bustier tops, as well as one-pieces and cover-ups for women. Select styles are sold as separates, and for added versatility, all Maaji swimsuits are completely reversible (four suits in one).

With a bright, compelling assortment of contrasting prints and innovative cuts, the 2014 collection incorporates avant-garde runway trends into modern day swimwear for men and women. It offers a vast selection of designs, including bandeau style bikinis, triangle tops, halter, one-shoulder, and underwire bustier tops, as well as one-pieces and cover-ups for women. For added versatility, all Maaji swimsuits are completely reversible (four suits in one). Select styles are sold as separates, and price points are approximately $120 for a complete set.

The Maaji signature is built upon its unexpected mixture of prints, textures, cutting-edge silhouettes and the sweet, ubiquitous presence of details. Each Maaji swimwear collection is inspired by a magical surreal story that is the result of a long process. The team of designers, garment manufacturers and pattern developers blend their ideas together to create a one-of-a-kind product; a real piece of art.

Maaji was created by sisters, Manuela and Amalia Sierra. The Maaji woman is confident, beautiful, modern and creative with a daring side ready to experiment with fashion. Today Maaji is present in more than 57 countries and continues to expand globally, charming women (and men) all over the world with its creativity. Maaji has planted more than 70,000 trees as part of its eco-friendly campaign, “Planting an Ocean of Trees” and has big plans to expand this effort.

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