Honey Birdette, an Australian luxury lifestyle brand created by Eloise Monaghan, presented a two-part show of lingerie and swimwear during Miami’s Swim Fashion Week 2021. Winners of Rupaul’s Drag Race, Aquaria and Violet Chachki worked the runway with a spectrum of models including Carmen Carrera – in the house of Honey Birdette’s neon, black and leopard print swim and lingerie.
Aquaria closed the show with a special performance of Lady Gaga’s Born This Way, as the models and brand’s founder, Eloise Monaghan, celebrated and channeled Honey Birdette’s DNA of inclusivity and a sultry, good time.
Honey Birdette channeled sustainability in developing its swim collection by utilizing recycled eco-fabrics that include a quick dry composition and wear-it-again durability – proving that swimwear can boldly go from the beach to sipping cocktails at the yacht club.
Each swimwear piece is accented with signature fox medallions, gold eyelet details and contoured cutouts.
As part of the finale show of Swim Fashion Week, the capsule collection of luxury swimwear and lacy lingerie was made available for purchase immediately after the runway show.
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About Honey Birdette
Honey Birdette is a luxury lifestyle brand created by Eloise Monaghan. The first boutique opened in 2006 with a unique offering of high-end lingerie and premium bedroom accessories. Bold, innovative and a little naughtier than you would expect, Honey Birdette quickly became the most talked about lingerie brand in Australia, growing to fifty-eight stores globally.
In 2011, Honey Birdette entered into a strategic partnership with BB Retail Capital (BBRC), one of the largest retail groups across the Asia-Pacific region. In 2016, Honey Birdette opened their first international boutique located in Covent Garden and now have 3 boutiques in the United Kingdom. An extensive American roll out is currently underway with stores opening in Las Vegas, New York, Miami, Houston, Santa Monica, Toronto and Vancouver.
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