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Andres Sarda brought a Vegas-style party to the Miami Beach Convention Center for the second night of Miami Fashion Week on Friday. While I missed the opening night soirée, (I was hosting Macy's American Icons, I was interested to see what MFW had to offer this year, as they've made an effort to collaborate with bloggers for the first time. The show was in one word - spectacular. From the incredibly chic blinged-out bodysuits, to the strobe lights, video wall and EDM music, I felt like I was transported to one of the hottest clubs in Las Vegas. The lingerie and swimwear pieces weren't just sexy, they were art pieces. Complemented by bold jewelry pieces from TOUS, models strutted down the endless runway in looks ranging from futuristic dominatrix's, to Studio 64 bad girls. Sarda created a world that seemed only suitable for divas like Beyoncé and Rihanna. I wouldn't be surprised to see either one of them in Andres Sarda sometime soon. After the show, we were invited to celebrate at the after party hosted by TOUS at the Surfcomber Hotel. (See photos on my Instagram @kellysaks.)
Hailing from Spain, the Andres Sarda brand dates back to the early 1960s, when the eponymous designer founded the lingerie and swimwear line to transform the look and feel of women’s underwear from unattractive to sensual. Today, Sarda's daughter, Nutria Sarda, runs the show as Creative Director and was recently honored as the 2014 Designer of the Year at the Salon International de la Lingerie in Paris.
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