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Paraiso Miami Beach Swim Week 2023 Must-See Shows

Updated: Sep 21, 2023

This year's Paraiso Miami Beach (June 8-11) is bigger than ever, presenting the return of top swimwear designers and must-see runway shows ONEONE, Natasha Tonic, and Lain Snow. Additionally, SHAN by Canadian designer Chantal Levesque will be debuting its first Paraiso Swim week show, while Curve, the largest lingerie trade show in North America, arrives in Miami for the first time with its debut runway show.


Shan's show is scheduled for Saturday, June 10 at 6PM at Paraiso For The First Time


Join us on Miami Beach this June as we celebrate a roster of swim, lingerie and resort brands that will unveil their newest collections at the experiential tent constructed at Collins Park on Miami Beach at 2100 Collins Avenue. The following brands celebrate innovative design, inclusivity, diversity and sustainability on the runway.


LAIN SNOW


THURSDAY June 8 at 6PM - Lain Snow Shows ‘Coastal Cowboy’ Collection For Moms Who Love Twinning with Their Kids



Lain Snow, a swimwear brand based in North Carolina, is known for creating family-friendly pieces for parents and kids who love to match. This year, the mommy & me brand brings western vibes to the sand with a playful Coastal Cowboy collection that blends Southern country style with Miami tropical flair. The collection debuts ready-to-buy swimwear with vibrant, stylish pieces perfect for the whole family! Playful prints and neon colors are paired with eccentric cowboy boots and hats from iconic Aspen store Kemo Sabe, giving a western twist to the coastal-inspired looks.


The beloved family brand was born from designer and proud mother of two, Becca Ingle who launched Lain Snow in 2021 after she went viral on TikTok. Now as a top designer, Becca’s social media presence is larger than ever, attracting a close circle of influencer friends confirmed to model in her upcoming show. Influencer stars such as Caitlin Covington, Salome Andrea, and Jaslyn Ome will be walking the runway in support of Becca whose mission is to make all moms feel their best.


“There’s nothing more fun to me than coordinating looks with my family as we travel around the world. Creating these special moments for other moms is the main inspiration behind my brand which is named after my beautiful daughter Lainey Snow. Each of our collections is designed to embrace motherhood with pieces that are fun, look great AND feel good,” says Becca.


The full collection will be released on June 16 with availability to buy online at Maisonette and in-store locations throughout their homebase in North Carolina.


ONEONE


THURSDAY June 8 at 8PM - ONEONE Colombian Made-To-Order Swimwear Launches Their #TBT Collection



ONEONE, the 100% Colombian brand which turned heads last year, is back to showcase its latest collection, playfully named #TBT. Designed to capture the best of both worlds - vintage vibes and modern style - the new resort 2024 collection draws inspiration from summers past to create a line of swimwear that's both timeless and on-trend. From retro-styled silhouettes to playful prints and bold color blocking, each piece is designed to honor the past while embracing the present.


“We believe nostalgia and modernity can coexist,” says brand designer Valentina Aristizabal. “Our #TBT collection is designed to embody this balance with vibrant pieces that celebrate Summer vibes all year long.” she adds.

Committed to sustainability and helping the planet one bikini at a time, ONEONE offers a full proof ON-DEMAND production, meaning every piece is made for the customer who ordered it. This allows them to reduce inventory excess with nearly no waste or deadstock. Additionally, 50% of the bikinis are created from fabrics developed from recycled raw materials taking its commitment one step further. A complete new wave for the swimwear industry - where eyes are on sustainability - ONEONE has perfected the manufacturing process.


The full collection will be released in August with availability to buy online at oneoneswimwear.com.

SHAN


Saturday, June 10 at 4PM - SHAN Shows at Paraiso For The First Time



SHAN, the Canadian resort wear company created by Chantal Levesque in 1985, is hitting the Swim Week runway for the first time with a show that’s sure to make a splash. With a boutique store in Sunset Harbor on Miami Beach - and others in top cities like West Palm Beach and The Hamptons - SHAN is already one of Miami’s most desired swim and resort wear brands. This season, the innovative brand out of Montreal will debut a modern collection designed for affluent travelers with a taste for fashion. Viewers can expect beautiful, elegant styles from the Cruise 2024 and Spring-Summer 2024 collections. Warm weather, beautiful sandy beaches and lush dense flora inspired the prints and fabrics for our newest collection. Soft and timeless, the colors used in the collection are inspired by the sea and coastal regions.


Chantal Levesque is founder and designer of SHAN, which designs, manufactures, and distributes its collections of ready-to-wear, swimwear and luxury accessories for both men and women. ‘’Fashion is a diversion, a decor to embellish the body’’, she says.


The new collection will be fully released in November with availability to buy online and at major retailers such as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Berdorf Goodman.


CURVE


Saturday June 10 AT 6PM - CURVE Step Into A World Where Luxury Meets Seduction With Paraiso’s Largest Lingerie Show



Curve is the number one intimate apparel trade show in North America. For the first time ever, the globally recognized expo is coming to Miami for its debut runway show, bringing together over 10 designers eager to showcase their latest lingerie, swim and activewear visions.


Feast your eyes on the breathtaking designs and meticulous craftsmanship of Anita, Chantelle, Culture Trees, Elomi, Fantasy, Freya, Leonisa, Mapalé, Simone Pérèle, and Wacoal. Each brand brings its unique vision to the runway, showcasing the epitome of beauty, comfort, and confidence in lingerie.


UK-based brands Elomi and Fantasie are designed to celebrate beauty in all body forms with a unique approach to solution-based lingerie and swimwear for full-figured women. Chantelle, a world leader in high-end French lingerie specializes in innovation for women in search of elegance and well-being. A few other standout brands include Culture Trees, an American designer that celebrates African culture with swimwear that promotes positivity and empowerment for all, and Anita, the German heritage sportswear brand committed to activewear for all body types.


“The US intimate apparel industry is growing stronger each year and we’re excited to bring the show to Miami, a city where lingerie, swimwear, and active clothing are must-have essentials for everyone,” says Raphael Camp, CEO of Curve.


The show will take place Saturday, June 10 at the Paraiso tent in Collins Park.


NATASHA TONIC


Sunday June 11 at 6PM - Natasha Tonić New Swim Collection Will Actually Help Restore Endangered Coral Reefs



Swimwear designer Natasha Tonić is proud to debut her latest collection “Coral City” in collaboration with Miami-based pioneers Coral Morphologic at Paraiso Miami Swim Week 2023. The collection's goal is to bring awareness to the dangers facing coral reefs, including microfiber pollution and the effects of non-reef safe sunscreen.


I create collections when I feel there’s an environmental message to share,” says Natasha Tonić. “This time around I wanted to direct attention to worldwide endangered corals and offer a way to lend support. We’ve partnered with local Miami coral experts to donate 10% of sales to Coral Morphologic and another 10% to an Indonesian non-profit Ocean Gardener”.


Natasha Tonic’s takes the commitment to sustainability one step further by planting one coral for every swimsuit purchased. Pieces in the collection feature coral designs inspired by Miami’s reefs and the pioneers working to restore them - Coral Morphologic and their Coral City Camera. Corals will be planted to the reefs of Bali by Indonesian non-profit Ocean Gardener who have developed a restoration technique that uses organic ropes and wooden stakes to restore damaged reefs without the use of plastics.


Natasha Tonic is also the recipient of SI Swimsuit’s 2023 Sustainable Swimsuit Designer of the Year.


The collection will be immediately available for purchase online after the fashion show, directly through the brand's website at www.natashatonic.com.


AZULU


Sunday June 11 at 7PM - AZULU Colombian-Made Resortwear Takes You on a Summer Trip to Porto



Founded by a husband and wife team in Colombia, AZULU is a ready to wear brand with a strong resort identity. AZULU produces four collections a year and is known for its modern feminine silhouettes and frequent use of intricate textures and detailing. The collection titled Porto is inspired by a summer vacation in Portugal. Throughout the collection eyelets and embroideries are juxtaposed with prints inspired by the beautiful Portuguese tiles, rope and seashell details alluding to the culture deeply connected to the sea, the collection showcases an assortment of easy linen & cotton dresses, modern knit sets, and other effortless pieces that are perfect for a winter sun holiday.


"Porto is a special collection, inspired by the country full of history, melancholy, and incredible talent.” says Maya Memovic, Creative Director.


Designed to transport you to your next European escape, the collection blends hues of blues, orange, and terracotta, with neutral tones of white, ivory, and gold. Natural breathable fabrics are used to design the ready-to-wear collection while sustainable materials such recycled Lycras are used for the swim pieces. AZULU will present several see-now-buy-now pieces that can be shopped locally at their store locations in Brickell City Center and Aventura Mall.


“We are extremely excited to bring our designs to Miami, a city we are proud to call home with the opening of our two bespoke store locations,” says Alex Srour, CEO.


By ML Staff. Images courtesy of each featured swim brand


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