Kristin Cavallari in Glass Bikini by Diesel @ Miami Swim Fashion Week 2012 | FashionTV - FTV
Jan 01, 1970 07:30
http://youtube.com/FashionTV MIAMI - Since 1978 when Renzo Russo created the brand, Diesel has been well known in the fashion world for its urban quality looks and its high variety of denim. The brand's runway show at Miami Swim Fashion Week 2012 by Mercedes-Benz in the Cabana Grande was no exception. The models had fun getting ready backstage. The swimwear was bright, vibrant, and colorful. What stood out most not the breathtaking models themselves, but Miss Kristin Cavallari modelling a stunning glass bikini at the very end of the show. She's the world's first ever to do so. The bikini was one-shouldered and cobalt blue. There were also three other pieces from the capsule collection created by Diesel and SKYY Vodka. The swimsuit was inspired by the vodka's blue bottle and logos.
Appearances: Avril Alexander (Model), Kristin Cavallari (Reality Star)
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