Miami Swim Week reached its grand finale with Art Hearts Fashion delivering a series of unforgettable runway shows and events across prime venues like M2 Miami, The Gates Hotel, Joia Beach, and The Vessel.

Sunday’s highlights included Love For Upcycling, which beautifully demonstrated that age is truly just a number by featuring an awe-inspiring 96-year-old model on the runway. The Black Tape Project wowed the crowd with an electrifying blend of live music and dance performances by models. The excitement peaked when designer For The Stars had JLO impersonator Connie Pena strut down the runway, igniting rumors of Jennifer Lopez’s presence at M2.

The fashion extravaganza on Saturday, June 1st, showcased an impressive lineup including Lila NikoleDiva CoutureMister Triple XBerry Beachy SwimwearPapi SwimBFYNEMarqueza, and Aussie Bum. Sunday’s showcase continued with stunning collections from MalaSense of G, CapelleLove For UpcyclingHunkLatala X Moda PeruFor The Stars, and The Black Tape Project.  Bright colors and retro styles were the recurring themes, creating visually captivating displays that left a lasting impression on attendees.

Beyond the runways, Erik Rosete, CEO and Founder of Art Hearts Fashion, spearheaded a panel discussion on Saturday at The Gates Hotel. This insightful session delved into current and future fashion trends, providing a deeper understanding of the industry’s dynamic landscape. Sunday saw a media and influencer brunch at Joia Beach, hosted by Swim Week Sponsor Snatched Plastic Surgery. The festivities culminated with an iconic closing party on Monday, June 3rd, aboard The Vessel Miami, also sponsored by Snatched Plastic Surgery, bringing an exhilarating close to Miami Swim Week.


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