Luli Fama 2018 | Miami Swim Week

Cubanismo at Luli Fama

Luli Fama’s co-founders and designers, Luli Hanimian and Augusto Hanimian, were inspired by all things Cuba for the collection; the people, the culture, the architecture, and the beaches – all with a signature Luli Fama twist. On the runway, the looks were styled with an assortment of Chinese Laundry footwear.

On Saturday, July 22nd, 2017, the 2018 swimwear collection, called “Viva Cuba,” came to Miami Swim Week, marking the brand’s 10th consecutive runway show. The collection showcased 73 looks that were bold, bright, feminine, and fun.

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Key trends included cut outs, high leg cuts, lacing, bright prints, island neutrals, and flirty details, as well as a number of ultra-sexy pieces.

The show’s official after party was held the The Red Room at The Shore Club and saw the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition top 15 girls dancing the night away!

Says Luli, “Cuba is a gem in the Caribbean with so much untouched beauty and has such a happy atmosphere. It served as the perfect inspiration for the new collection. Being from Cuba myself, it has always inspired our designs, however this year, we really went deeper into my roots.”

Being from Cuba myself, it has always inspired our designs


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