Miami Swim Week Returns This Summer

The iconic fashion festival, Miami Swim Week The Shows, will return to Miami from July 13 to July 18 at the SLS South Beach Hotel. The event will showcase the latest swim and resort wear fashion designs and a never before seen virtual fashion swimwear Metaverse.

This year’s swimwear festival will occur on South Beach over five days. It will feature dozens of runway shows, VIP events, dinners, parties and showcases to create one of the largest fashion swimwear gatherings in the world. Top designers, innovators and hundreds of models will attend the events to debut new swimwear lines, resort-wear fashion, virtual fashion-tech, and beauty and summer fashion trends. Over 100 new and top swimwear designers worldwide will debut their Summer 2023 collections. 

“From sustainable and eco-friendly fashion to Metaverse digital fashion and fashion NFT collections, this year’s Miami Swim Week The Shows will be unlike anything the fashion industry has ever seen,” Moh Ducis says, founder and CEO of Miami Swim Week The Shows. “We have designers flying into Miami from over 70 countries who will be a part of 50 live fashion shows and pop-up events.” 

Noteworthy Florida-based swimwear brands scheduled to debut new collections with runway shows include Tiare Hawaii, DAYZ DAZE, Maxine, Bikinilista, Onalaja, Dobikinis, and Supermodel Swimwear. One of the biggest highlights of the 2022 show will feature a fully interactive Web 3.0 luxury swimwear fashion runway Metaverse, the first-of-its-kind social impact swimwear fashion NFT. Moreover, select events and exhibitions will be ticketed with exclusive collectible NFT tickets, available for sale to influencers, VIP guests and industry professionals. 

“Digital swimwear fashion in a decentralized Metaverse provides a leveled playing field and equal opportunity and empowerment to designers and artists around the world—No one has ever seen these kinds of graphics or the digital world we have created,” said Moh Ducis.

VIP tickets for the Grand Opening scheduled for July 13 at the SLS Hotel South Beach will go on sale in the form of NFTs starting mid-June. The first show will kick off a series of week-long fashion shows, parties and VIP dinners. Miami’s top talented designer, Ema Savahl, will debut an innovative, new wearable art design collection with live NFT drops. Miami Swim Week is also partnering with a creative fashion commerce app, RUNWAY BUY, making every runway show shoppable in real-time via its proprietary, cloud-based interactive video marketplace platform. 

“This is Miami’s big moment where all these innovative sectors merge together to spotlight talented designers and models while introducing new swimwear trends and technological experiences that the fashion world hasn’t seen before,” Ducis says. “This year’s Miami Swim Week The Shows will also include partnerships with well-known brands such as Runway Buy, Hammock Shows, JOOR.com, Fashion Innovation NYC, and the City of Miami Beach.” 

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