By Nicole Forbis | 07/27/2012 - 19:00
Talk about sexy swimwear! We caught up with the Brazilian swimwear designer A.Z. Araujo backstage after his debut showing at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim in Miami, where he wowed the crowd with his colorful new line of bathing suits hot off the beaches of Brazil! A.Z. chatted about his love of Miami, Versace, and his new swim line.
What’s the inspiration for this collection?
By Nicole Forbis | 07/26/2012 - 14:00
We caught up with Christina Milian backstage after the Nicolita Fashion Show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim in Miami and chatted about her career evolution, her fave Latin dish, and her involvement in designing the Cuban inspired 2013 Havana Nights collection with Nicolita designer Nicole Di Rocco.
How do you feel now that you’ve debuted your collection?
By Kat Deluna | 07/20/2011 - 16:30
I recently did a swimsuit spread with Vibe magazine and it totally got me in summer beach mode! Lately, I’ve been obsessed with swimwear and more importantly, cover-ups and swimwear accessories since you can find them all so cheap.
As you know, I love color, so that was a must for the swimwear shoot. Being sexy is also my thing, so if I’m not wearing a bikini, I’ll opt for a monokini as my one-piece.
By Reece Olguin | 06/09/2011 - 15:00
Summer is just around the corner and we couldn’t be more excited! One of the first things that we begin to fret about when it comes to our warm weather wardrobe is shopping for a new swimsuit. Yes, we know this task isn’t likely to rank in your list of favorite things to do, but armed with the tips below, searching for that perfect suit will be a little less painful! Check out these suits for every body type by some caliente Latino designers…
By Latina Staff | 01/15/2008 - 17:09
Ready to make a splash? Try lounging poolside in one of these sexy little numbers.
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By Latina Staff | 01/03/2008 - 17:19
Ever since Project Runway, it seems the Michael Kors brand, has become more fresh, more exciting, more Americana. At least in my eyes. He designs for the working girl. She is muy fuerte and feminine, and doesn't hide her sex appeal behind cutesy dresses. Instead, she opts for bold silhouettes with solid structure. Inspired by ads of Virginia Slims and Charlie, from the 1970s, Kors designed a spring collection for the woman who rules the boardroom, rocks the beachfront and reigns the gala–with style, of course.