Spring / Summr Swimwear making a Splash at ArtHeartsFashion Miami Swim:
Makeup Artist with The Organic Face (Sponsor ) And My Fashion Recap Of Two Designers You Need To Know
I was working backstage with makeup sponsor The Organic Face ( www.TheOrganicFace.net http://www.theorganicface.net/ where you can receive 20% off your entire order using the hashtag fashion) during Miami Swim and creating the beauty looks on our models walking for couture designers like MisterTriple X by Erik Rosete and Koco Blaq by Koco. These two influential designers and their collections were a must see and personal favorites!
MisterTripleX is highend streetwear label who continues to receive major attention for their menswear and womenswear, additionally after their closing Mercedez Benz Fashion Week in NYC. MisterTripleX collections, as a whole, tend to embody the classic elegance of 60’s Hepburn (subtlely) combined with contemporary twists which flirt with popculture, resonate attitude, and embody a “cool factor” with practical wearability and allure. Designer Rosete, who is also the founder of ArtHeartsFashion based from LA, showcased a fantastic swimwear collection in Miami with a range of bikini cuts, with tops made to fill out for larger cup sizes (think Victoria’s Secret vs Chanel models) and trunks for men along with daywear and cover-ups. The MisterTripleX SS16 collection introduced exotic animal print patterns using reflective metallics which worked as a cohesive element carried through the season’s collection. These garments are perfect to rock beachready bod’s whether adventuring in the daytime or enjoying the nightlife!
At ArtHeartsFashion Miami Swim SS16 Koco Blaq was also a forte of the week. Showing off couture swimwear and luxury fashion with aesthetic elements inspired by Hawaiian culture, Koco Blaq turned up the heat and turned heads with his use of pastel colorways (peachy pinks, seafoam green, neutrals) which balanced beautifully and were integrated with bold graphics, black&white linework akin to tiki/ono/totem tattoo-style imagery. His collection seemed to float down the runway with a viscerally-light softness and femininity as he showed fullpiece swimsuits, bikinis, speedos, wraps and trunks. The garment silhouettes of Koco Blaq beachwear are beautifully simple in design (think Tom Ford) and worked favourably in this way, granting a visual harmony and space for the fullprinted graphic aesthetic to be canvased on