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CFW: Swimsuit edition

Published:Monday | July 21, 2014 | 12:00 AM

 Krysta Anderson, Lifestyle Reporter

The highly anticipated Caribbean Fashion Week, in June, said farewell to spring and kicked off the summer season with a bang. Among the collections were fashionable swimsuits designed to beat the sweltering summer heat. From flirty to fun, sunny side up, with a splash of vintage The Flair Magazine has the exclusive from upcoming and established designers of all things trending in swimwear.

Spunk Swimwear by Denise Katz

Described as daringly different by design, Spunk Swimwear began in Jamaica and quickly spread it wings across the world - the wider Caribbean, Paris, Greece, Spain, Denmark, Sweden and the United States. Designer Denise Katz, known for her artistry and flair, presented just that on the runway of CFW.

Yiannis K Couture

These glass-inspired designs created quite a bang, as each strut represented Canada infused with a tropical flair.

Suzilee Chambers: Lee Ann Desingz

Elevating beachwear to the highest level of chic, sexy and trendy, Lee Ann Deisgnz taps into the playful and seductive side of the everyday woman who desires to add glamour to her beach wardrobe.

Alicia Mullings

Mullings started out designing for babies and children before she moved on to creating original designs for adults. Empowering her work with positive imagery, she makes her fabric prints start the conversation and followed it through from thought to finish.

Grooves Birkette

Roots Rock ReBelle meets African wear, meets Yvonne Jewnell Designs. Bold colours, flirty prints and unconventional fabric merged with down-to-earth designs reflect not only strength but the beauty of a woman through adversity for both Birkette and Grooves.