On Friday, July 12th Brazil’s most sought-after swimwear and resortwear brand Cia. Maritima hosted a private Sunset Beach Party at the W South Beach to kick-off Miami Swim Week 2019 with Sports Illustrated supermodels Camille Kostek, Olivia Culpo, Danielle Harrington, and Hamila Aden joined by top male model Tyson Beckford and elite Brazilian influencers Julia Muniz and Laura Costa who snapped photos on personalized Cia. Maritima Polaroid cameras in front of a summer themed all-natural palm tree backdrop.
The beach bash included a swim presentation featuring the latest pieces from the Tropics Summer 2020 collection inspired by florals in the Caribbean and bright colors in Central America highlighting vibrant butterflies on many of the prints. Also on display was the new Life Print collection in which Cia. Maritima partnered with AMPARA to create the first ever certified Jaguar animal print pledging to donate 100% of profits to help preserve the endangered species.
The night came alive as DJs Hop & Djane played the latest dance hits as guests sipped on cocktails from Dominican rum brand Ron Barcelo and enjoyed glasses of crisp rose by The Palm by Whispering Angel collected from the best vineyards in Côteaux d’Aix-en-Provence while savoring on light bites from the W South Beach’s own Irma’s Bar.
The evening continued with guests receiving a complimentary gift bag where they collected a refreshing popsicle that revealed which exclusive goodies were in store. These unique gifts were found at pop-up stands from Brazilian’s own Sol de Janeiro offering their signature Bum Bum and Coco Cabana cream; a set of environmentally friendly stainless steel straws in a customized Cia. Maritima carrying case; limited edition leopard hair scrunches from Cia. Maritima’s featured Life Print collection; reusable turquoise Cia. Maritima water bottles. Along with these intriguing goodies was an exciting giveaway which gave a few lucky guests the opportunity to win exclusive swim pieces from the Summer and Life Print collection.
Photo Credits: Simon Soong Photography