16 of the Biggest Brands You Need to Know From Miami Swim Week

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Finding an amazing new swimsuit brand can sometimes feel like your birthday and Christmas all wrapped into one. When I had the opportunity to attend Miami Swim Week with Paraiso, I was more than excited to see a fresh batch of designers show off their latest collections. While I'd like to think of myself as a swimsuit connoisseur, there were plenty of new brands that stuck out to me this season.

The Insta-fave brand Monday Swimwear, which is designed by influencers Natasha Oakley and Devin Brugman, championed body positivity with models of all sizes walking down the runway with equally as adorable linen cover-ups and Sensi Studio hats and bags. Sustainability also made a huge splash during Swim Week with brands like Natasha Tonic creating an array of trendy suits that are made out of a hemp fiber that helps creates less waste during production.

Supermodels like Devon Windsor followed in Candice Swanepoel's footsteps and got in on the swimsuit scene by starting her own line. It's actually pretty brilliant that the two of them have their own lines because they clearly know more than a thing or two about swimsuits, considering the amount of time they have to spend in them for work. Ahead, you will find 16 swimsuit brands you need to know this Summer.


Reina Olga

Reina Olga was started in 2017 by the sister duo Guia and Isotta Cleps. Fun fact: the brand was named after their grandmothers! The brand's Instagram bio pretty much describes the brand's cheeky sensibilities perfectly: "No bikini is ever too small, and no tooshie is ever too big."



If you're looking for a dreamy swimsuit line that has a feminine flair, look no further than Juillet. The brand's retro silhouettes make you wish you were on a vacation on the Amalfi Coast.


Natasha Tonic

Natasha Tonic is an LA-based brand that makes all of its swimsuits out of an eco-friendly certified organic hemp material. Not only do the brand's suits create less waste, but they are also antimicrobial and UV-resistant.


Devon Windsor

Supermodel Devon Windsor has officially added swimsuit designer to her résumé. Her dreamy line features unique prints like a splashy yellow zebra-print and has swimsuits with detachable sleeves, so you can have your Instagram moment and still feel comfortable.


Monday Swimwear

Monday Swimwear is designed by influencers Natasha Oakley and Devin Brugman. The Instagram-fave is known for its animal-print swimsuits that are designed to flatter all shapes and sizes.



Mikoh is a Cali-based line started by sisters Oleema and Kalani Miller. The line was inspired by "a life spent in bikinis and oceans around the world," according to the brand's website. All of the bikinis are actually seamless and can be mix and matched to your heart's content.


Ack Work

Made in Italy, Ack Work's swimsuits have a fun retro feel to them: think colorblock suits, glittery one-pieces, and ribbed materials.



Haight is a Rio-based swimwear brand that exudes minimalism. The brand's collections feature block colors, classic silhouettes, and a muted color palette.


Tropic of C

Candice Swanepoel's swimsuit line, Tropic of C, features a handful of sultry, neutral-colored bikinis and one-pieces. The supermodel also created an eco-friendly capsule collection that is made with "ECONYL yarn which gives discarded waste a second life and cleans up the seas for marine life and humans alike."


Mimi the Label

Wish that you could go back to the '80s? Well, you can certainly dress the part, thanks to Mimi the Label. The luxury swimwear brand was started by Katharine Newman and Haley Arias and features retro styles that are made by artisan tailors in Los Angeles. The swimsuits can also be worn as maternity wear, which is amazing!



Founded by Merve Kardes Misirli, Normaillot's swimsuits are inspired by artists like Salvador Dali and Yayoi Kusama. The brand's unique suits use materials sourced from both Italy and France.


Myra Swim

Myra Swim is an Australian brand that takes inspiration from both the '80s and the '90s. The brand has even teamed up with Kith for a sporty capsule collection.


Agua Bendita

Agua Bendita was created by Catalina Álvarez and Mariana Hinestroza because they wanted to "tell their story to the world and show what Colombia is about through the mixture of details, contemporary design, and handicrafts." The brand has an array of tropical prints like wild flowers and palm trees that are perfect for a vacation.


Vitamin A

In 2000, designer Amahlia Stevens launched Vitamin A. The eco-friendly swimwear line is "rooted in female empowerment and the idea that sexy meant feeling healthy and confident." The designer actually helped develop EcoLux, which is the first premium swim fabric made from recycled nylon fibers.


Nivarnic Swim

Nirvanic Swim is a Miami-based luxury swimwear line that was founded by sisters Lauren and Natalie Correa. The brand is known for its custom prints and cheeky styles that "aim to make you feel confident in your skin."


La Gotta Swimwear

La Gotta is a Miami-based swimwear brand started by Valeria del Rey and is handcrafted in Colombia. The name is derived from the Spanish phrase "La Gota," which means "drop of water." The stylish suits are also eco-friendly because the brand uses recycled threads and dyes its fabrics with nontoxic ingredients.