6 Swimwear Brands Turning Up the Heat at Swim Week
Represented by The Riviere Agency.
In less than two weeks, Miami Swim Week will be helping a number of swimwear and resort brands make a splash. Here are just a few to keep an eye out for, as they come to the catwalks and salons of Miami Beach.
FILTHYHAANZ is as a lifestyle brand based in Los Angeles that produces resortwear, swimwear, leisure and formal wear for women and men. Using themes that manifest in prints, colors, patterns and use of the unique logo in original form or manipulated; the collections are usually on trend or ahead of trend. | Filthy Haanz
Designed and manufactured in downtown Los Angeles, Free Bella creates kickass bikinis that won’t kick the planet. Free Bella is a new way of thinking about fashion – because we believe we can make a difference and still look fly at the same time. Free Bella sources low-impact, sustainable materials while implementing earth friendly practices throughout our supply chain to ensure minimal impact on Mother Nature. | Free Bella
Lil & Emm
Lil & Emm is a swimwear and intimates label designed and made in Australia by two best friends. | Lil & Emm
Since 2015, Australian-based TJ Swim has been sharing high cut, brazilian bikinis and swimsuits with women all around the globe! Our swimsuits are designed with love in Australia and hand made in Bali with premium quality fabrics. | TJ Swim
Unify The Ties
At Unify the Ties, we are inspired by color, moved by art and dedicated to functional design solutions. We create swimwear that makes a statement and speaks to women who are unwilling to compromise their individuality for comfort and vice versa. With luxurious fabrics, numerous styling options, and flatter-for-all shapes designs, these pieces will make you feel good about the way you look. | Unify The Ties
VDM The Label
VDM The Label are a team of passionate, forward thinkers who believe in quality, sustainability and ethical trade. Our collection is a modern interpretation of the decades that have helped shape our swimwear industry into what it is today. | VDM The Label