Miami Swim Fashion Week – Collection Highlights in 90 Seconds


Ok, so as far as swim fashion goes, there is one event on the swim calendar that sets the tone and defines the trends in swim for the season. And here are the highlights….

 MBFW, or Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Swim, aka Miami Fashion Week, now it it’s 10th year, is the Havianna wearing, cocktail sipping, playful cousin of New York Fashion week.

Water fights and cabana hopping aside, this is a week where all the major swim labels showcase their wares and young up-and-coming designers vie for a spot to get their suits into the eyes of the fashion elite. Nearly fifty designers show off their latest and greatest creations in the Mercedes-Benz tents alone and all across the city dozens of designers participate in satellite events that are organized by independent organizations.

With so much going on, here is our cheat’s guide to the highlight collections of MBFW 2015 in under 90 seconds. GO!!

Mara Hoffman

This year’s stand out, she wowed fashion week with her strong Guatemalan inspired prints using bold geometric shapes and a vibrant pallet.


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Elegant classics with really simple shapes that have a contemporary twist, this year’s collection  saw lots of cut outs and a sportier feel.





Almost retro in it’s feel, this seasons collection features a selection of prints and styles that  pay homage to the classics of the swim repertoire, still ultra feminine but with a playful punk flavour. 

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These Californian surf sisters craft swimwear that is the epitome of sportslux, with their great silhouettes and created by seamless, hardware free construction. The result, slick sporty minimalism.



We are Handsome

Another Australian export on a global stage. This season, they have opted for muted tones, with a rich indigo hues running through a large part of their collection, the gold and blue referencing the nostalgia that has become their signature.

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Next Post, We look at what these collections signal for swimwear trends in 2015

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