Miami Fashion Week 2018

From May 30 to June 3, 2018 Miami Fashion Week debuted the 2019 resort collections of star-studded designers Custo Barcelona, Ángel Sánchez, Ágatha Ruiz De La Prada, Oscar Carvallo, RENE by RR, Benito Santos, among others.

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Benito Santos | Miami Fashion Week 2018

Oscar Carvallo's immersive journey to celebrate the love for Paris

Oscar Carvallo presented his 2018 private collection “Free My Soul" in a VIP opening event for the Miami Fashion Week at Brickell City Centre.

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Oscar Carvallo | Miami Fashion Week 2018

Rene by RR showcased constant evolution of Miami

With ethical fashion being a global topic, Ruiz broke through sustainability by putting a glam spin on casual resort wear with upcycled materials.

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Ethereal trips that linger in your memory by Benito Santos

Ethereal trips that linger in your memory, unforgettable crystalline waters of infinite blue, where time stops. This is the proposal of Benito Santos Mexico for his cruise collection 2019 "Icaria".

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Benito Santos | Miami Fashion Week 2018

Are you ready to shine like fabulous in Custo Barcelona

Every day we notice more the influence of summer: the temperatures rise, the days lengthen, the light is more intense ... The time has come to give way to vibrant colors, light fabrics and risky looks!

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Custo Barcelona | Miami Fashion Week 2018

Ángel Sánchez came to impress with architectural elements and colors

At the final show of MIAFW, Venezuelan-born fashion designer Ángel Sánchez came to impress with his architectural elements, bright colors and contemporary silhouettes on June 4th, 2018. Ruffles and flowing frills made their way down the catwalk in various silhouettes of pink, green, nude, black and white pieces.

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Angel Sanchez | Miami Fashion Week 2018

Exclusive children's collection by Pamela de Haro supporting the Iluminemos de Azul foundation

Day five of MIAFW kicked off with an exclusive children’s collection by Mexican designer Pamela de Haro, supporting the Iluminemos de Azul foundation. Shining in blue, 4-year-old Instagram sensation Taylen Biggs left the crowd in awe as she opened the show.

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Sea Voyage with tribal elements by Daniella Batlle

Fashion designer Daniella Batlle showcased a sensual and feminine collection "Sea Voyage" with tribal elements and pastel colors. Daniella has been considered as one of the new rising stars of the Colombian fashion design industry.

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Daniella Batlle | Miami Fashion Week 2018

Lina Cantillo focused on the revolution of silhouettes of the contemporary man

Lina Cantillo showcased her 2019 resort wear collection, which focused on the revolution of silhouettes of the contemporary man. Her collection included European influences, which were tailored for the Latin man.

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Lina Cantillo | Miami Fashion Week 2018

Elegance with a bit of oddity in Carolina Estefan

Carolina Estefan took the stage on day four of Miami Fashion Week and showcased an exclusive collection with abstract patterns, silks and flowy silhouettes. Elegance with a bit of oddity, pieces with mixed fabrics, and printed illustrations are all characteristics of an artistic creation applied to clothing.

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Carolina Estefan | Miami Fashion Week 2018

Agatha Ruiz De La Prada unleashed a rainbow-spanning palette

Noble Spanish designer Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada followed with her models bouncing with energy, blowing kisses and getting cheeky on the runway.

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Agatha Ruiz De La Prada | Miami Fashion Week 2018