LA Swim Week Powered by Art Hearts Fashion Makes a Splash!

by | Jul 2, 2024

Tina Glaze walks the runway for No Punching Bag at LA Swim Week 2024 Powered By Art Hearts Fashion
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This past week Art Hearts Fashion hosts over 20 designers, including Industry Giants Like Steve Madden, Original Penguin and Scotch & Soda amongst many others for LA Swim Week.

From June 27- 30, Los Angeles Swim Week Powered By Art Hearts Fashion cemented its status as a signature fashion event this year. Put on at The New Mart in downtown Los Angeles, LA Swim Week featured innovative designs that pushed the boundaries of the swimwear industry. Blending artistry and innovation, it was a unique spectacle every moment.

Models walk the runway during the For The Stars show at LA Swim Week 2024 Powered By Art Hearts Fashion
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Significantly, Mr. Warburton Magazine spoke exclusively to model, Brandon Hunter, about his experience being a part of such a diverse and stunning showcase. “Being a part of LA Swim Week was an incredible experience. It meant a lot to me to be involved in such a prestigious event that show cases amazing talent and creativity…The energy was electric, and I felt a great sense of pride walking down the runway.”

 

Brandon Hunter walks the runway for Alexis Monsanto at LA Swim Week 2024 Powered By Art Hearts Fashion
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The full roster of diverse designers, included, Alexis Monsanto, Berry Beachy Swimwear, Bishme Cromartie, For The Stars Fashion House, Giannina Azar, Isaora, Kentaro Kameyama, LA Swim Lab, Lybethras, Merlin Castell, Mister Triple X, Natalia Fedner, No Punching Bag, Original Penguin, Richard Hallmarq, Ruby Yaya, Scotch & Soda, My Club, Steve Madden, Styx Athletics, and Sugarpuss Clothing.

Hannah Simas walks the runway for Alexis Monsanto at LA Swim Week 2024 Powered By Art Hearts Fashion
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This crafted selection of designers highlighted the event’s prestige and its commitment to showcasing both established and emerging talents, one of the defining characteristics that sets Art Hearts Fashion apart.

Daryn Anthony walks the runway for Mister Triple X at LA Swim Week 2024 Powered By Art Hearts Fashion
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More than half of the designers in this year’s lineup are proudly based in California, and many were featured on on the iconic series Project Runway as well.

A model walks the runway for Kentaro Kameyama at LA Swim Week 2024 Powered By Art Hearts Fashion
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Notably, industry giants like Steve Madden brought summer staples ranging from sundresses to bold printed blazer sets.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 29: Johanna Chone the runway for Steve Madden at LA Swim Week 2024 powered By Art Hearts Fashion (Photo by Arun Nevader/Getty Images for Art Hearts Fashion)

 

Original Penguin brought iconic branded menswear including board shorts, t-shirts, button-ups, and knit tops perfect for any summer day (or year round if you’re a LA local).

Scotch & Soda brought elevated prints to the runway through various clothing pieces such as t-shirts and board short sets, perfect for any effortless, put-together summer look.

Natalia Fedner showcased an all metal couture collection, perfect for a day to night look. Natalia’s designs may be worn as beach cover ups, everyday styles, or an elevated night look – there’s not a wrong way to style her pieces!

Models walk the runway for Natalia Fedner at LA Swim Week 2024 powered by Art Hearts Fashion
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From Miami to LA, to now Las Vegas as it was announced during LA Swim Week that Art Hearts will be taking over “Sin City” in August, Art Hearts Fashion continues to celebrate the intersection of fashion, art, and culture.

A model walks the runway for Sugarpuss Clothing at LA Swim Week 2024 powered by Art Hearts Fashion
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LA Swim Week is one of the only fashion production platforms to do so. Moreover, the event underscored the significance of swimwear as a cultural statement, blending high fashion with contemporary influences and artistic expressions.

This fusion of creativity and cultural relevance further solidified Los Angeles Swim Week’s position as a pivotal event in the 2024 and beyond fashion calendar.

A model walks the runway for Richard Hallmarq (Photo by Arun Nevader/Getty Images for Art Hearts Fashion)

 

Art Hearts Fashion is the leading platform dedicated to bringing innovative designers and artists to the forefront of fashion week. Furthermore, their coast-to-coast contemporary events get the most renowned designers and the sharpest up-and-coming emerging designers to the runway in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and beyond.

A model walks the runway during the For The Stars show at LA Swim Week 2024 Powered By Art Hearts Fashion (Photo by Arun Nevader/Getty Images)

 

Founded in 2010, AHF has become a driving force for fashion, art, and entertainment. The shows have featured designers including Nicole Miller, Carmen Steffens, Hale Bob, Michael Costello, Trina Turk, Orlebar Brown, Patbo, Onia, Furne Amato, Walter Mendez, Vilebrequin, Jovani, Cotton INC, Black Tape Project, Mr. Triple X, and Michael NGO.

Designer for Shop My Club walks finale at LA Swim Week 2024 Powered By Art Hearts Fashion at at LA Swim Week 2024 Powered By Art Hearts Fashion
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