Events | Swim Collective at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach | Trade Show International

Two Twelve

In its 6th year and favorite location, Swim Collective is by far the best swimwear trade show happening on the west coast. Hosted at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Resort in Huntington Beach, it is the best way to spend two days doing buying for your store/boutique or if your a stylist discover new designers just landing in the USA!

Ruby Yaya
Our first stop was the colorful, bold and luscious designs of Ruby Yaya from Australia. This line has the most beautiful, vibrant colors, vivid prints and hand embroidery that I've ever seen in contemporary womens wear.

Anna Sui
Tory Burch
We walked through the Hall's, quickly realizing just how big in size this show is, I wished I had more time to explore. We stopped to take a sneak peak at Tory Burch's resort collection, Anna Sui queen of hearts designs, found out whats happening with Maxium, met artist Rappi whos prints are from her paintings, the beautifully talented Brazilian designer of Amu and the "just-landed" London collection Moeva screaming sexy editorial. 

Weebop & Shebop
Furthermore, this trade show was not just women's swimwear, the men and the kids were included. I met two amazing kids designers and each product was very specific as themselves. My two favorites where from the ladies at Imagination Creations with "Shebop" and "Weebop" which had the cutest mermaid swimwear ensembles for little girls. 

Mini Sandcrabs

Next was the adorable Mini Sandcrabs from down under. Australian designer Emma Luscombe has your little ones protected from the sun's damaging rays with her well fit, easy on, one piece suits that are UV50 protection in the fabric.


There were also shoes, accessories and jewelry as well at the trade show. This colorfully inspired brand Brasileras gave me 90's flash backs of platform foam shoes I use to wear back in the day. They also gifted my one year son his first pair of flip flops, you can see the little blue one to the right. Follow us on instagram to see him wearing them. 


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