Miami Swim Week 4 Everything We Saw Gorgeous

Even after 20 years of Paraiso’s Miami Swim Week, the swimwear remains hotter than ever. And the vibes? Still immaculate. From May 29 to June 2, the annual event showcased swim and resort wear designers, taking over Miami Beach to present their next collections full of fresh designs, colors and silhouettes. Many designers took inspiration from summer 2024 fashion trends (like boho-chic, for example), expertly translating the trends into warm-weather essentials for fashion and vacation enthusiasts. If you couldn’t catch a flight to Florida to take it all in, worry not—we broke down the top trends from the shows so you can see and shop them right here, just in time for summer.

Everything We Saw (and Loved) at Miami Swim Week

Even after 20 years of Paraiso’s Miami Swim Week, the swimwear remains hotter than ever. And the vibes? Still immaculate. From May 29 to June 2, the annual event showcased swim and resortwear designers, taking over Miami Beach to present their next collections full of fresh designs, colors and silhouettes. Many designers took inspiration from summer 2024 fashion trends (like boho-chic, for example), expertly translating the trends into warm-weather essentials for fashion and vacation enthusiasts. If you couldn’t catch a flight to Florida to take it all in, worry not—we broke down the top trends from the shows so you can see and shop them right here, just in time for summer.

Beautiful greens filled the runways at Miami Swim Week, with chartreuse being the highlight color. When paired with a glowing summer tan, the olive tone is ideal for any holiday, from the Caribbean to the Mediterranean.

Ladylike aesthetics, which were dominant in ready-to-wear collections, have made their way into swimwear and resortwear, particularly in colors. Sage green, butter yellow, baby blue, and light lavender will be popular summer colors.

The ’90s called, and contrast piping in swimwear has returned. Sporty, sleek, and minimalist contrast piping does not have to be colorless, as evidenced by Acacia’s terracotta-infused patterns. However, if you’re a purist, plenty of black-and-white options are available.

As seen by Chloé’s most recent collection, some refer to it as boho-chic, but when combined with swimwear, the ’70s-inspired style takes on a whole new meaning. With crochet, eyelets, and tons of white, it’s more than simply a fashion statement or a festival outfit—it’s a carefree, easygoing way of life.