Yearly people flock to Miami to catch a glimpse of the beautiful scenery, and the beautiful people to go along with it. This coming Wednesday creates another reason for people to come out to South Beach. The Miami Beach International Fashion Week kicks off on Wednesday bringing with it an array of fashions. Designers from around the world will come to the shores of Miami to put their fashions on display for everyone to see.
Miami is known for its blatant disregard for clothing. Visitors and natives walk up and down South Beach in little to no clothing. Therefore, it will be no surprise if more swimwear lines make it down the runway than actual clothes. With summer coming up it may not be such a bad idea to start looking for nice summer pieces. For students on Spring Break this serves as a great opportunity to see what else Miami has to offer aside from the beautiful beaches and people. For other people looking for a short vacation this may be the perfect opportunity.
Miami Beach International Fashion Week happens to be the largest International, and Hispanic fashion event in the United States. The event kicks off with a swimwear showcase, followed by a show by some of Miami's local designers. Native designers like, Viviana G. and Kayce Armstrong will both be in attendance. Miami Beach International Fashion Week lasts all the way through March 24. Tickets to the event cost anywhere from $50 to $500. More information about the event can be found at miamifashionweek.com.