The look: loose, messy, no-fuss hair. Pretty little dream catchers and feathers attached to the swimsuits, suits that lace up the back and side, cute baseball caps, and accessories like backpacks, and tennis rackets decorated canteens and guitars.
|Details at Maaji|
|Maaji's Fashionable Camper|
|Love the water cooler!|
Everything (except that supremely annoying, blaring, red "Exit" sign in all my photos, behind the models) was perfection. The swimwear was on point - bright and vibrant, with unique cuts and patterns. The cover ups were some of the best I saw this year. They were so flowy and beautiful, they evoked a regal quality.
Presentations are fun, and more intimate, but you cannot really see the way the fabric and the clothing moves the way you can with a runway show. I'm partial to shows :)
The Indah show was more, all-inclusive, and definitely the biggest production of Swim Week in terms of size. The runway was set in the W Hotel pool, with hundreds of onlookers leaning over in their seats, eager to catch glimpses of the girls. Large flat screens projected the looks, which were seductive and racy. The reflective nature of the water made for pretty cool pictures.