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July 19, 2011  | by: Stephenie Miller

Kate Upton in Beach Bunny Swimwear

Miami was swarmed with celebrities over the weekend for the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2012.  Rihanna, Jessica Szohr, and Whitney Port all came out to see the new swim suit fashion.  The designers didn’t disappoint with their over-the-top pieces.

Kristin Cavallari in Diesel Swimsuit

Diesel kicked off the Fashion Week on Thursday.  Their most talked about piece was modeled by reality star, Kristin Cavallari.  The cobalt blue swimsuit was covered in glass shards.  The suit was inspired by the event’s sponsor, SKYY Vodka.  Kristen’s swimsuit is one of the four designs by Diesel that were made for a SKYY Vodka capsule.

On Friday, the talk of the day was Beach Bunny.  They presented a line of sexy suits, some not meant for actually swimming.  Beach Bunny has created the first ever bridal

Amanda Che Tribal Inspired Swimwear

swimwear collection, making their suits great for a glamourous honeymoon.  They closed their show with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model, Kate Upton, showing a white satin suit with a bridal veil.

Another Fashion Week stand out was Amanda Che.  The tribal inspired line included animal print and browns, blacks and greens.  The models were decorated with face and body paint and their hair was teased wildly.

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2012 was full of stylish suits that are great for laying by the pool and some high fashion bikinis that push the limits.

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