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Bikinis are like tattoos; one is never enough. Good news is, with what’s in store this Miami Swim Week 2019, you won’t have to settle for just one. While this week will be abuzz with designers, models and influencers with the sartorial lens pointed towards the future, behold some of our favorite pieces from recent collections of such notables as CAMILLA, CIA Maritima and Agua de Coco available at the best shopping mall in Miami.
L*Space is a California-based lifestyle brand with the motto Love, Laugh, Lounge and Live, for the love of water and beaches. Its designs are incredibly chic, stylish and smart without being complicated. L*Space also makes apparel, accessories, and everything you need for your next beach vacation.
L*Space is found at EverythingButWater, located on the upper level near center court.
Vitamin A is a California-based company that makes products with a unique approach to luxury beachwear, making clothes from recycled nylon, which is also its most sought after collections. It believes that sustainability is sexy and goes on to prove that too. Amahila Stevns, the founder, is also the brains behind the famous: LBB – Little Black Bikini.
Vitamin A swimwear found at Bloomingdales.
Agua de Coco is a Brazilian beachwear brand founded in 1985 by Liana Thomaz in Fortaleza, a bohemian beach capital in Northern Brazil.Designed for stylish globetrotting women who covet both quality and comfort, the luxurious swimwear and apparel is crafted with intricate details and embellishments, carefully selected fabrics, earthy tones and textures, and unique, head-turning prints.
Agua de Coco is located on the lower level near Lush.
Referencing nature and the bold, bright colors of Brazil, CIA Maritima swimsuits are known for their unique blend of sensuality and functionality. With intricate design details that are completely original, this kind of swimwear is what gets a woman noticed, whether she’s lounging by the pool or taking a dip in the ocean.
CIA Maritima is located on the upper level.
This collection is all about minimalistic designs, complemented with bold colors, and a mix of both. Little details make a huge difference here. Just ask Olivia Culpo, fashion personality Louise Roe and blogger Charlotte Groeneveld of The Fashion Guitar, who are ambassadors for the brand.
Calzedonia is located on the upper level, Bloomingdale’s wing.
Camilla swimwear ranges from the bold to the sleek: ruffled kaftans in vivid tones and gauzy materials vie with bikinis in barely there cuts and artful prints. It’s all in the details. A range of necklines, the curved edges giving a twist to the usual plunge, V-neck and bandeau silhouettes, offer something different with every style from this covetable Australian label.
CAMILLA is located on the lower level near, Gucci.
An absolute beach wardrobe must-have is Vix , which offers some of the most beautiful and well-constructed swimsuits on the market that will make any woman feel like a poolside goddess. Over the past decade ViX has mastered its signature style of Brazilian cut bottoms with exceptional fits that combine prints and colors with jewelry-like 24k gold-plated accents and details previously unimagined in swimwear like leather.
VIX Swimwear is found at Nordstrom.
Blue Life Swimwear is the exclusive line of festival-favorite bohemian bikinis, one piece swimsuits, and beach cover-ups by California brand Planet Blue. Known for a cheeky bikini bottoms, high-cut one piece swimsuits, plunging necklines, lace trim, and cut-out detailing, Blue Life swimwear screams relaxed, boho fun with effortless sexiness.
Blue Life is found at Bloomingdale’s.