Art Hearts Fashion Closes Out Miami Swim Week 2024 With Iconic Runway Moments

Art Hearts Fashion completed the Miami Swim Week runway shows with impressive collections and events. On Sunday, June 2nd, Love For Upcycling featured a stunning 96-year-old model on the runway, The Black Tape Project showcased live music and dance performances by models on the runway, and the venue was abuzz when JLO impersonator Connie Pena strutted down the runway for designer For The Stars, stirring rumors of JLOs appearance at M2.

Saturday, June 1st shows featured designers Lila Nikole, Diva Couture, Mister Triple X, Berry Beachy Swimwear, Papi Swim, BFYNE, Marqueza, and Aussie Bum. Sunday’s show included Mala X Sense of G, Capelle, Love For Upcycling, Hunk, Latala X Moda Peru, For The Stars, and The Black Tape Project.

The shows presented a common theme of bright colors and a retro style. Each designer’s collection was carefully curated to impress viewers, turn heads, and curate a truly unforgettable show.

In addition to the runway shows, Erik Rosete, CEO & Founder of Art Hearts Fashion, moderated a panel discussion on Saturday at The Gates Hotel where the discussion focused on current and future fashion trends, providing insights into the evolving landscaping of the fashion industry. On Sunday, Swim Week Marquee Sponsor Snatched Plastic Surgery hosted a media + influencer brunch at Joia Beach, and on Monday, Art Hearts Fashion hosted an iconic closing party on The Vessel Miami sponsored by Snatched Plastic Surgery.

96-Year-Old Model Walks For Love For Upcycling

Lila Nikole

Connie Pena For For The Stars Fashion House

Black Tape Project Live Model Performances

Mister Triple X

Berry Beachy Swimwear


Guest does a backflip on the red carpet

Erik Rosete at Joia Beach Brunch Hosted By Snatched Plastic Surgery

Miami Swim Week Powered By AHF Closing Party On The Vessel

Photo Credit: Raul Francisco

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.

PHOTO CREDITS: Arun Nevader ℅ Getty Images (Runway/Performance) & Mark Gunter ℅ Getty Images (Ambiance) + Art Hearts Fashion


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