Art Hearts Fashion ignited Miami Swim Week 2024 with a spectacular opening party at The Gabriel South Beach. The event kicked off on Thursday, May 30, at Club M2 Miami, where designers Paula Callejas, Luxe IsleCody Chris CollectionCarolina DerpienskiLybethras, and Giannina Azar wowed the crowd with their innovative swimwear.

The excitement continued into Friday, May 31, with another round of breathtaking designs from designers Gyv Me BodyBad SistersPink Melon SwimAsola SwimCa Rio CaWillfredo Gerardo, Xbqini, and Chavez Inc. The iconic venue buzzed with energy as each collection brought something unique to the runway.

Models showcased swimwear that gleamed with metallics, intricate embellishments, and bold, eye-catching designs. The diversity on the runway was a highlight, featuring models of all shapes and sizes, including striking men’s swimwear. Radiant colors, floral prints, and sleek black silhouettes added to the visual spectacle, keeping the audience entranced.

The atmosphere was electric as media, buyers, influencers, and guests soaked in the exhilarating vibe of the Art Hearts Fashion shows. With every show, Art Hearts Fashion set a new standard for creativity and inclusivity, making Miami Swim Week 2024 an unforgettable experience.

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Photo Gallery: Arun Nevader / Getty Images (Runway/Performance) & Mark Gunter /Getty Images (Ambiance) + Art Hearts Fashion

About Art Hearts Fashion: 

Art Hearts Fashion is the leading platform dedicated to bringing innovative designers and artists to the forefront of fashion week. Our coast-to-coast contemporary events get the most renowned designers and the sharpest up-and-coming emerging designers to the runway in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and beyond. Founded in 2010, AHF has become a driving force for fashion, art, and entertainment. The shows have featured designers including Nicole Miller, Carmen Steffens, Hale Bob, Michael Costello, Trina Turk, Orlebar Brown, Patbo, Onia, Furne Amato, Walter Mendez, Vilebrequin, Jovani, Cotton INC, Black Tape Project, Mr. Triple X, and Michael NGO.