Day 3 at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Miami Swim 2012

by STEFY[RUNWAYORTHEHIGHWAY]

Day 3 in Miami began at the Cabaña Grande  with CAFFÉ Swimwear. A luxurious Colombian beachwear best known for its high fashion status with chic, sexy, and undeniably stylish pieces designed using an exquisite combination of materials that are hand embellished and have seamless stitching that are very flattering for the women that love to glam their beach wardrobe. Caffé’s trademark style is sure to meet any fashion-foward customers demand for quality, fit, and style in these “head-turning” swimsuits.


Next, Dolores Cortés, leading European swimwear company from Spain showcases their striking unique collections.

Next of the night was highly anticipated was native New York designer Mara Hoffman. Her collections are inspired from nature, fantasy, and her own travels around the world. This year’s line featured a plethora of colors and unique tribal prints giving off a very tribal bo-ho chic feel.

Whitney Port from MTV’s The Hills, now fashion designer, and author of “True Whit” was among the attendees at the show. Actress Shenae Grimes from CWTV’s 90210 was also spotted in the crowd.

Aqua Di Lara was fourth of the night at the Oasis with a diverse array from rich solids to classic blacks and and unique delicate patterns.

Ending the night was luxurious and sophisticated line A.Ché back at the Cabaña Grande. For the A.Ché 2012 Collection, animals and exotic elements are the inspiration. The prints have features of snakeskin, tiger stripes and exotic butterflies, with a solid palette of rich and bold colors. Every solid color matches back to a print, promoting individuality and power of creativity for the consumer, which is a traditional attribute of the A.Ché brand. A.Ché also launched a new and upscale Cover-Up Collection consisting  of short and long dresses in silky Modals. An added dash of flavor was added to this line’s runway presentation with the bright colored body paint for that exotic island tribal warrior feel.

Stay tuned for more tomorrow!

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