Planet Fashion TV se confabuló con SWIMMIAMI para producir la celebración de apertura de Swim Week, la mayor semana de la moda de trajes de baño en el mundo. El espectacular evento privado se llevó a cabo en la piscina “Wet” del Hotel W South Beach. Para esta ocasión, OMG Miami Swimwear presentó su colección Swim 2017. Los trajes de baño simples, pero atractivos y modernos llamaron la atención de todo el que se encontraba cerca de la pasarela. Las modelos sexy caminaron por la pasarela mostrando sus curvas y los muslos con los trajes de baño de una pieza. Este fue otro espectáculo lleno de colorido que tuvo una presentación especial del artista Kent Jones quien interpretó su éxito ‘Don’t Mind”.
Disfrutar del desfile y la presentación especial en vivo en el vídeo a continuación:
Planet Fashion TV confabulated with SWIMMIAMI to produce the opening night celebration event for Swim Week, the largest swimwear fashion week in the world. The spectacular private event was held at the W Hotel South Beach Wet pool. For this occasion, OMG Miami Swimwear presented their Swim 2017 collection. The simple, yet sexy and modern swimwear caught the eyes of everyone near the runway. Sexy models walked the catwalk showing of their curves and thighs with the one piece suits. This was another colorful show that had a special performance by top radio and streaming recording artist Kent Jones who will perform his blockbuster hit “Don’t Mind”.
Enjoy the full show and special live performance in the video below:
2 thoughts on “OMG Miami Swimwear y Kent Jones en el Planet Fashion TV Kickoff Party | Swim Week 2017”
you guys & gals should seriously consider tagging the models in some way as they have Social Media that furthers their Brand individually. it seems fair. especially when they perform to this level. I get that the focus is on the designer and the fanfare of the event. but why leave the model totally unmentioned? she made the show equally enjoyable to the outfit or piece she wore on the catwalk/runway. at the very least she should have the option of wanting to be mentioned in the credits.
You guys and gals at Traffic-Chic should seriously consider tagging the models in some way, as they have Social Media. It seems fair. Especially when they perform to this level. I get it that the focus is on the designer and the fanfare of the event. But why leave the model totally unmentioned? She made the show equally enjoyable to the outfit or piece she wore on the catwalk / runway. At the very least she should have the option of wanting to be mentioned in the credits.