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Top 5 swimwear trends at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim and Miami Swim Week

Frankies Bikinis at MBFWSwim
Frankies Bikinis at MBFWSwimHumberto Vidal/ Courtesy of Miami Fashion Spotlight.Net

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim and Miami Swim Week are gone but trends still remain!

Top 5 Swimwear Trends at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim and Miami Swim Week
Top 5 Swimwear Trends at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim and Miami Swim WeekHumberto Vidal/Courtesy of Miami Fashion Spotlight.Net

These are our favorite 5 swimwear trends of this year:

1 - Designer Francesca Aiello was the youngest designer (19) at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, this year. Aiello debuted her Frankies Bikinis Line with a cute and fun collection with a Southern California’s Coast Style showcasing detailed and sexy pieces inspired by her love for the ocean.
More info, please visit www.frankiesbikinis.com

2 - Poko Pano was founded by another young designer Paola Robba in 1988 and was introduced to Mercedes-Benz Swim Week in 2008. This brand presented a collection full of colors that women can mismatch to fix their necessities and all kind of styles.
More info, please visit: www.pokopanoswim.com

3 - With more than 50 years experience Dolores Cortes (one of the first companies created in Spain) featured a bold collection full of creative bikinis, one pieces, and radically formed mono-kinis inspired by exotic worldwide jungles and punk icons.
More info, please visit: www.dolores-cortes.com

4 - Wildfox is a vintage-inspired women’s knitwear brand--this year the brand’s designers Kimberley Gordon and Emily Faulstich presented a collection that brought the 90’s back, full of pastel colors and sporty pieces.
More info, please visit: www.wildfox.com

5 - Barraca Chic: A line from Switzerland. Designers, Benno and Bojan (our favorite designers) debuted their Resort 2015 Collection featuring Swarovski embellishments with finest fabrics, and unique silhouettes, inspired by the gods and goddesses of ancient Greece -- highlighted with Greek meanders, asymmetrical silhouettes and metallic gold rhombus prints!
More info, please vsit: www.barracachicshop.com