MiamiSwimWeek:Seekerof SunshineShines

Tanned babes sashayed down the runway with flower-crowns atop at the Seeker of Sunshine Runway Show on Saturday night. Seeker of Sunshine, an eco-friendly Hawaiian swimwear brand, opened the Planet Fashion TV Runway Show at the Kimpton Surfcomber around 9 PM with a boom. At first glance, the swimsuits may resemble competitor brands but, when closely observed the collection quickly stands its ground with swimwear that features bold cut-outs and flattering designs that would make anyone feel sexy.

From floral-printed one-pieces to solid-colored crocheted bikinis, their 2019 capsule collection featured a wide range of swimwear with intricate cuts, high-waists, bandeau tops, and thong bottoms all tastefully done. The models dawned natural and shimmery make-up, strappy gold heels, and billowy hair with large flower crowns to enhance the carefree collection.


According to the Seeker of Sunshine website, their hand-made swimwear is “…made with the gypsy in mind who loves to stay clad in her bikini from sun up to sundown.” Any piece from the 2019 collection can be easily paired with a flowy or fitted bottom for a day that surpasses the beach.

The capsule collection covers all ground by providing swimwear for the traditional shoppers, with colorful one-pieces, as well as for the not so faint of heart. The sustainable bikinis are affordably priced at $80, and the one-pieces range from $100 to $130, making Seeker of Sunshine one of the more affordable luxury swimwear brands.

We are eager to see what comes next from this ethically conscious fun-loving brand.

Photos courtesy of Matthew Riesgo

Justin Wills is a Miami-based fashion blogger.