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MIAMI, FL (SMI-WOMEN-ALLURING-FASHION-07-13-23, 2023)-The Miami SwimWeek "The Shows " known as one of the largest swimwear runway festival in the world, concluded its 2023 annual edition exhibiting over 60+ renowned and emerging brands combined and 50+ exotic and vibrant swimwear fashion shows  with Sports Illustrated ' Swimsuit ', Maaji (Colombia, South-America) and Miami's Alvin Valley runway shows highlighted the week of the festival at " W " & SLS Hotels last weekend in South-Beach Miami, Florida.


Miami Swim Week is an annual swimsuit, resort and intimate apparel trade event where brands and designers from all over the world attend to exhibit their latest collections and summer trends of the swimwear industry whether showcasing on a trade show or fashion shows to gain global exposure.

Maaji: The swimwear brand is from Colombia (South-America) that was founded in 2003, by two sisters Amalia and Manuela Sierra, and whose designs and versatile pieces  delivers the joy of an endless summer for sunny and conscious young spirited audience.


The Colombian's brand who is celebrating over two decades in the swimwear industry glitter at the 2023 Miami SwimWeek "The Shows " presenting its latest Spring-Summer collection entitled " The House of Jaguar," inspired by the mystical territory of the Jaguar.


Maaji's newest collection is meant to reflect the nature of the Jaguar Corridor – a place where jaguars can pass through safely and unharmed – in the Americas. 

This new collection brought to life vibrant solid colors including radiant pink, mustard, ink black, scarlet red, fair aqua, and blue, as well as shimmery fabrics, new embroidery techniques to add different textures, and over 30 new animal, flower, lush palms, ombre, and tropical motifs prints. 

Versatile swimwear pieces of Maaji's new collection includes monogram patterns, 80's inspired silhouettes, one-piece with cutout details, mesh-hits-swim trends, and plenty of beaded and embroidery details that can go easily from day to night.And Also, the newest collection is made with 85% fabrics from recycled fibers and all swimwear pieces are reversible with lots of mix-and-match possibilities.


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