From May 29 to June 2, 2024, Miami Swim Week® The Shows emerged as the ultimate destination for swimwear fashion enthusiasts, captivating audiences with a spectacular showcase of cutting-edge designs. The runways sparkled with the presence of top models such as Tika Camaj, Katharina Mazepa (fiancée of Lenny Hochstein, ex-husband of Lisa Hochstein from The Real Housewives of Miami), and Miami’s own mega influencer Jilissa Zoltko. The front rows were a sight to behold, filled with VIPs including Bachelor Nation‘s Maria Georgas, The Real Housewives of Miami’s Kiki Barth, the Clermont Twins (Shannon and Shannade Clermont), and renowned businessman Zeus.

As the world’s largest swim festival, Miami Swim Week® The Shows created an electric atmosphere with an extensive schedule of runway shows, parties, and fashion activations. Last weekend’s trends highlighted metallic hues, nudes, and earthy tones, complemented by striking cutouts and bold accessories, leaving the audience in awe and setting new standards in swimwear fashion. The event attracted a dazzling array of celebrities, models, influencers, and industry buyers, all eager to witness the latest trends and collections. It set the stage for the elite of the swimwear fashion world, bringing together the best in the industry.

Wednesday, May 29

The opening day of Miami Swim Week® The Shows set the stage with bold, fearless designs that captivated the audience. These eye-catching swimwear pieces were adorned with intricate details and striking statement elements.

Ema Savahl Couture and Amarotto Swimwear

Ema Savahl Couture stunned with its survival-themed and fairy-inspired designs, featuring torn, twisted, and ruched fabrics that appeared drenched. The collection showcased sexy, barely-there looks that left little to the imagination, presented in a light, airy palette of sky blue, lavender, coral undertones, white, and more. A standout moment was model and influencer Tika Camaj opening the show in a sultry lace one-piece, exuding “marry me” vibes. Adding to the excitement, Katharina Mazepa, the new fiancée of Lenny Hochstein, shook up the runway in a crocodile-textured silver metallic bikini by Ema Savahl Couture. Bachelor Nation favorite Maria Georgas was also in attendance, dressed in a vintage deep-V, fairy-like mini dress with drapes of tulle.

Thursday, May 30

The week’s themes celebrated a blend of pastel shades, vivid hues, strategic cut-outs, and elaborate accessories, showcasing the latest in swimwear fashion.

Liberty and Justice

Liberty and Justice, known for its African-made resort and swimwear, enchanted with soft pinks and blues that brought a feminine touch. The models, wearing floral crowns and elegant headpieces, added a whimsical feel to the presentation. The show’s highlight was The Real Housewives of Miami star Kiki Barth gracing the front row, adding a dash of celebrity glamour.

Lili Creation, Carukia Swim, Threads Roma, Hermine Swim

Carukia Swim captivated the audience with sophisticated low-cut, high-neck swimsuits embellished with chunky diamonds and dark sequins, adding a glamorous edge. Fluorescent and royal blue designs reminiscent of mermaids stole the spotlight, enhanced by sheer fishnet bandeau bikinis.

CYAR Swim, Kita May Designs, SALPICA, Andrea Venturoli

Kita May Designs impressed with a bold take on swimwear, presenting striking cut-out one-pieces in shimmery pink, green, and purple. The collection focused on the brilliance of the fabrics and cutouts, skipping prints to let the details shine.

Kene Kaya, Younique, Omray Swimwear, Beach Club

Beach Club continued the season’s trend with their two-piece swimsuits, featuring bright, iridescent accents and standout hardware. Micro bikinis were a definitive highlight, epitomizing the season’s hottest trends.

Haitian Doll by JO Bella and SAINT CLAIR

Haitian Doll by JO Bella mesmerized with vibrant iridescent swimwear in shades of purple, pink, and green. The collection showcased intricate details, including cut-out designs with central rings and low-cut silhouettes, making bold and eye-catching statements on the runway.

Mars the Label and Salty Mermaid

Mars the Label wowed with a collection that seamlessly blended rich browns, nudes, and vibrant pops of color, adding a touch of glamour to their swimwear. Modern metallic materials enhanced the allure of the designs, with Miami mega influencer Jilissa Zoltko stealing the show in a striking bright orange bikini.

Flavia Palmiero, Gringa Swimwear, Tempt Me, and Lascana

Lascana added a wild flair to the runway with bold brown leopard prints and gold bikini accessories. Robes and capes were standout pieces, bringing an extra layer of sophistication to the collection.

Moda Minx, Kadan Swimwear/GlueGlue, Hera Sea, and Moda Mix

Moda Mix delivered a stunning array of brown cut-out swimsuits paired with gold metallic pieces, accented with brown rhinestones on nude bikinis, creating a glamorous and edgy look.

DOB Collection, Omni Beach Life, HeartGlass, Vanity Couture, Liech Antel Swimwear, Sports Illustrated Show – W South Beach, Tracy Marcus, Humans, Venus, Relleciga, Banana Moon, and Vaida

DOB Collection featured a mix of one and two-piece suits with intricate cutouts. The use of satin and gold materials highlighted palettes of browns and metallic nudes, evoking the elegant earth tones of sandy beaches.

Normal Culture, Le Soirée feat Honey Birdette Show, Smart SwimSuits, and Cioccolato Couture

Cioccolato Couture dazzled with their sparkly brown and nude one-pieces, adorned with chic ties and delicate floral embellishments. The Clermont Twins, Shannon and Shannade Clermont, along with high-profile businessman Zeus, added star power to the front row.

Olivia London Swimwear, Barquita, Fifth Blvd Collective Show, Blue Topaz Swimwear, Khonsu Swim, Bikinis by Bridget, Ashi B Fashions, Bádi Swimwear

Olivia London Swimwear showcased a vibrant collection featuring browns, yellows, and blues. Each design was embellished with exquisite details like shells, rhinestones, and beads, adding elegance and charm to every piece.

JE TE VEUX, GSaints™️, Mahogany Coast, Milus Rose, Avisa Swimwear, Dragana, Elle® Resort Wear Collection

Elle® Resort Wear Collection pieces featured minimalist designs in earthy tones, beautifully complemented by leopard print and delicate details.

With over a decade of experience in producing fashion shows, Moh Ducis, founder of Miami Swim Week® The Shows, has firmly established the event as the fastest-growing luxury fashion show production ecosystem. Specializing in innovative fashion concepts and top-notch production, Miami Swim Week® The Shows exemplifies excellence in the fashion industry.

This year’s sponsors, including Laifen, Island Tribe Wellness, Baia Beach Club, One30m, Kitty Kat Coin, Boxed Water, Seaspice, and Milan Laser, played a pivotal role in supporting this extraordinary event. Their contributions helped elevate the experience, ensuring that Miami Swim Week® The Shows remains a beacon of innovation and style in the world of swimwear fashion.