Swim Week ended a week ago but that hasn’t stopped the editors of L’Etage Magazine from talking about swimwear.
With over 300 brands presenting in swimwear, clothing, skincare and jewelry, the Cabana Show in Miami Beach was packed with designers, fashion spectators, bloggers and the media.
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One of the largest offerings from Swim Week was the Cabana Show in Miami Beach that featured at least 240 swimwear brands.
Founded by Janet Wong and Sam Ben-Avraham, Cabana is the answer to the beachwear industry’s demand for a new trade show format. Cabana is a well-edited show that gives guests the opportunity to shop and socialize in an air-conditioned venue. Guests can even charge their phones at the ban.do iPhone Charging Stations scattered throughout the show.
Held between July 22 and 24 in the Tents in Collins Park, Swim Week didn’t let South Florida’s chaotic weather disrupt Cabana Show. Between hour long rain and humid, sunny weather, the biggest challenge was maintaining a fresh face in-between shows and viewings.
Luckily, the Glamsquad Refresh Station remained on stand-by to keep visitors shine-free and cool. You can even stock up on sunscreen at the Supergoop Station which included moisturizers, sunscreen, serums and BB cream to protect you from harmful UV rays. A coconut oil sampling station courtesy of Kopari was available for dry skin or hair.
The best part of the two-day affair were the amenities.
Guests sipped on tasty drinks such as coconut water by Coco & Co., South Indian iced coffee by Ministry of Kaapi and refreshing cocktails made of acai berry. More frozen goodies for the lush crowd were available in the form of mimosas, rose and frose by VINS Clementine de Provence.
Passion fruit slushies from Chinola and boozy slushies courtesy of Kelvin Slushy Co. were also on-hand.
Attendees were treated to soft serve frozen goodies made of acai berry and topped with granola and fruit courtesy of Peg Acai. They also had healthy food options from My Ceviche.
Cabana Show attracted brands from across the globe including Australia, England and Brazil. Read the list below to find the perfect swimwear to don beach or poolside.
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Brand: Gabriela Pires Beachwear
Clientele: For the Miami It Girl or vixen-type who DGAF about you’re ogling eyes as she struts her stuff poolside at the hottest hotel.
Origin: Miami Beach
Where To Shop: (left to right) The Biltmore, $195; The National, $99; The Savoy, $175
Brand: Kopper & Zink
Clientele: For the woman who wants to moonlight as a sexy video vixen on the weekend at her favorite luxury hotel.
Where To Shop: (left to right) Frankie One Piece, $220; Bobby Pant, $90; Harper One Piece, $180
Clientele: For the powerful hottie who is into architectural swim and athletic wear.
Origin: New York
Where To Shop:(left to right) Racer Bottom in Midnight Blue/Black, $107; Racer Top in Midnight Blue/Neon Yellow, $157; Cutout Bottom in Neon Yellow, $107; Skim Top in Neon Yellow, $107; Tidal Suit, $325
Brand: Boys + Arrows
Clientele: For the woman who likes her swimwear like her wardrobe–a clean, simple aesthetic with charming prints.
Where To Shop: (left to right) Vulgar Vinny Top in West, $118; Joey the Juvy Pant in West, $101; Clairee The Criminal Pant, $101; Dizzy Izzy Top, $105; Dylan The Desperado Top in Phoenix, $101; Joey the Juvy Pant in Phoenix, $101
Clientele: For the NYC expat who likes an athletic motif even when lounging poolside.
Origin: New York City
Where To Shop: (left to right) Shelborne One Piece, $265; Conrad Top Glitter, $130; Seville One Piece, $225
Brand: Adriana Degreas
Clientele: For the woman whose accustomed to breaking bank at the Village of Merrick Park.
Where To Shop: (left to right) Velvet Hot Pants Bikini Set, $483; Velvet Swimsuit, $888; Printed Velvet Swimsuit, $441
Brand: 6 Shore Road
Clientele: For the woman who wants swimwear with a touch of whimsy and a burst of color.
Where To Shop: (left to right) La Playa Top White Colombia Floral, $84; Domingo Cheeky Bottom Amazon Floral, $78; Maitai Bottom Lily Blur Floral, $92
Brand: Made By Dawn
Clientele: For the woman who embodies the essence of pared-back coastal living who probably vacations in the Hamptons.
Where To Shop: (left to right) Venus Top Fuchsia Rib, $137; Coral Bottom Fuchsia Rib, $132; Jeanie Top Cream Lattice, $144; Jeanie Bottom Cream Lattice, $139; Petal 2 Top Cypress Rib, $142; Petal 2 Bottom Cypress Rib, $125
Brand: Karla Colletto
Clientele: For the South Beach socialite who wants to standout from the crowd in haute, luxury swimwear that’s made with a dressmaker quality.
Caption: (left to right) Zola; Edie; Zaha
Where To Shop: Available at multiple stores online and in-store including Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus
Brand: Red Carter
Clientele: For the woman who wants an eclectic mix of bright colors and prints.
Where To Shop: (left to right) Positano Plunge Bandeau Bikini Top, $87; Positano Bikini Bottom; Splice & Dice High Neck Bikini Top, $105; Splice & Dice Bottom; Ciao Bella High Neck Bikini Top, $97; Ciao Bella Bralette Bikini Top, $97; Ciao Bella Bikini Bottom, $97