Caffé Swimwear Spring 2013 “Take Me Away” collection embellished trend stimulating mod art deco prints in cover-ups and plunging necklines to streamline with Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim designers accessorizing the traditional kini in sophisticatingly translatable covers.
Saturday afternoon at MBFWS commenced on an early schedule; enlightening dedicated press in a spectrum of radiating color ambiance. Intuitive of Miami’s illuminating runway heritage with permanently glazed spot lights, Caffé stashed patterns away in favor of revolutionizing its field by dramatically applying regional culture in characteristic influence to choice prints and styles. In a particular stand alone, a strategic cover intertwined function with fashion to become the suit or optionally wear it as a statement piece poolside.
Caffé Swimwear elementally fitted trend to take the one piece plunging neckline into its line’s latest collection. An insanely simple method to hail conservatism yet remain sexily clad at the same time, plunging lines with flowing drapes of semi-transparent fabric created an oxymoronic view of proper beachwear. Scared to show off that middle area? That's okay, throw one of these bad boys on and heads will turn whether due to the sheathing vibrancy of Caffé wraps or sneaking peaks at lightly covered skin.
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Photography By Natalia Pascual.