Over the weekend Origin of Oceans, KBSWIM, Message in the Bottle-The Label, LainSnow, and Megan Mae showcased their collections at the Paraiso Tent at Miami Swim Week.
Origin of Oceans
Origin of Oceans, a sustainable brand, debut their Spring/Summer 2023 collection “Here Comes The Sun” with an array of reds, oranges, yellows, and golds to emulate the transition from sunrise to sunset. Origin of Oceans (OOO) featured swimwear pieces in psychedelic prints and adorned with handmade embroidery that brought the runway alive.
Origin Of Oceans essentially means the origin of life whose mission is not only to create beautiful swimwear that is of the highest quality and a reliable source for amazing fit and style, but is to create awareness and support the efforts to clean our oceans and beaches to help save, heal, and preserve the life that gives us life. With each swimwear purchase, OOO will donate part of the profits to The Ocean Cleanup, a non-profit organization that is developing and scaling technologies to rid the world’s oceans of plastic. Learn more at www.originofoceans.com
KBSWIM, an East Coast based brand, presented their Resort 2023 Collection which was a take on the complexities of the 5 Elements of Nature. Each Element was represented through different forms, styles, feelings, textures and colors from the designers view point. Truly a suit for everyone, the runway was filled with a range of misty blue hues reminiscent of dusk and rich, vibrant, spicy reds.
KBSWIM’s is a brand that prides itself in sustainability, all fabrics are made from pre and post consumer products transformed into regenerated nylon called Econyl as well as recycled polyester called Repreve. Some influential fans of KBSWIM include Dani Leigh, Jena Frumes, and Addison Rae. Learn more at www.shopkbswim.com.
Message In a Bottle – The Label
Message In a Bottle – The Label, a brand that collaborates with Indigenous Artists to produce high end, contemporary clothing collections, introduced their Spring/Summer 2023 collection. MIB’s Spring/Summer 2023 collection, Born by the Sea, showcased contemporary Indigenous artwork from Indigenous Artist, Robert Paul.
MIB’s debut collection was inspired by Robert Paul and Grace Power’s country, Bowen QLD Australia. The artwork materialized the swirls of the ocean, the bright colors and native sea creatures they grew up with.The colors for the collection were inspired from the Great Barrier Reef that is located in the sea alongside the Whitsundays. Learn more at Mibthelable.com or follow on Instagram at @mibthelabel.
LainSnow, the Mom and Mini Swim brand, introduced their latest swimwear collection in neon hues with a 90’s retro summer vibes. Available now, the mom and me swimsuits were not only on trend with their ribbed fabric and bright neon colors, but they also give postpartum bodies a flattering silhouette and unrivaled held-in feeling.
This collection was inspired by moms and families traveling around the world who want to be able to spot their child easily on the beach or swimming, so they’reir not only fun but functional. Learn more about the brand at www.lainsnow.com.
Megan Mae, a sustainable swimwear brand using the finest Italian fabrics made from recycled fishing nets introduced showcased their Charisma Collection. Available now online, expanded on their already popular colors and styles with attractive prints and unique new designs.
Designer and influencer, Megan Mae Stevens was inspired on a recent trip to Greece to create swimsuits in cinnamon, lilac and champagne hues and organic green and wavy blue prints. Learn more at www.MeganMae.com
Source: Origin of Oceans, KBSWIM, Message in the Bottle-The Label, LainSnow, Megan Mae, Paraiso Miami Beach