Streaming Swimwear 2021-2022 Trend During 2021 Miami Swim Week

2021 Miami Swim Week lead the 2021-2022 swimwear trend again. Emerging swimwear designers illustrate their new series to lead the beach fashion for the next year.

The Australian underwear giant Honey Birdette released the latest series of the season at the Miami Swim Week finale show: luxury swimsuit capsule series and its hot lace underwear series. The winner of the American reality show “Rupaul’s Drag Race”, Aquaria, Violet Chachki, and celebrity model, Carmen Carrera, were dressed in neon, pure black, and leopard-print series to lead the runway.

Fast fashion retail brand Oh Polly launched a new swimwear brand Neena Swim during this Miami Swim Week as a key part of becoming a leader in the consumer market swimwear and beachwear industry.

Supermodel and designer Nicole Williams English released her latest “Nia Lynn” swimwear series. After years of perfecting the latest design, Nicole finally released the series and multiple styles were sold out within a few minutes.

Fans who cannot attend Miami Swim Week this year had innovated ways to participate through live streaming. The largest independent pan-entertainment live social app Uplive cooperates with Miami Swim Week 2021 and invites well-known fashion blogger Gaby Quintero to lead the live broadcast the Swimwear Week, including Oh Polly, Honey Birdette, Nia Lynn by Nicole Williams English, Leimakani, and more.

Gaby not only brought the audience virtually to watch what happened on the runways and backstage but also engaged the fans to communicate with celebrity guests and designers. Joining Gaby at the Leimakani runway show was Omar González, a well-known fitness celebrity. Moreover, many other fashion bloggers including Judie Huerta, Michelle Vanessa, and Ana Reyes also interacted with Gacy to express their fashion attitude about Miami Swim Week through social media.

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