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MIAMI SWIM WEEK by PLANET FASHION

    Photo Credit: Carlos Perez, & Martin Koubek Brands Featured: Antigua Collection, Lascana Swimwear, Paramidonna Swimwear, Lion & Wild, Akosha Swimwear, Roberto Cavalli, Mag Chop Swimwear, Risque Dukes, Reve de Rive Swimwear, Kimimi Swimwear, LaHANASWIM, AOOC Swimwear, Nash Beach Swimwear. Planet Fashion presented a showcase of emerging designers that featured brands including Lascana, an off-shoot of the swimwear powerhouse Venus Swimwear, and breakout Australian label LaHANASWIM who drew attention with their trendy high-leg and high-waisted suits and retro white sneakers paired with tube socks.     American Idol Top 10 finalist Michelle Sussett performed Zedd & Marren Morris’ top Billboard #1 hit “The Middle” before the anticipated Roberto Cavalli show. On Saturday, July 14th, Chris Vanny of the television show The Four got guests,...

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Filthy Haanz After Dark Sizzles at Swim Week

Filthy Haanz kept the Swim Week party going long after hours with their late-night Spring/Summer 2019 collection party, Filthy Haanz After Dark. Local hotspot, Ricky's, was bumping with Swim Weekers dancing to techno beats in true theme of this season's collection.    Gogo dancers and models rocked Filthy Haanz's upcoming collection of swimsuits on stage in color waves of bright purple hues, royal blues, and innovative prints. "This season's inspiration was kaleidoscope geometric shapes, bold colors, and the Eurotrash party scene of the early 90s. We work hard to play hard." said designer Wilber Tellez.     www.filthyhaanz.com    @filthyhaanzinc Play hard they did. The party came stocked with Artichoke Pizza and complementary arcade games to ensure guests immersed themselves in Filthy Haanz's carefree vision. However, the swimwear did in fact steal the show with daring cutouts and geometric shapes like nothing the industry had seen before.     According to the designer, Filthy Haanz is "sexy, bold, and scandalous" and exudes that motto with every design.     This was...

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