By  on July 23, 2018

MIAMI — Rather than bikinis and board shorts, Miami Swim Week 2018 will likely be remembered for its ubiquitous braid bars, ironic maple-and-bacon doughnuts, and model mayhem, from a breastfeeding mother on Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’s runway to social media protests about racist casting calls. It had the drama and camaraderie of summer camp or a tribal gathering, common comparisons used by attendees who travel from far-flung locales to catch up with friends and colleagues while doing business.

“Miami is the original destination and time for all brands. It’s important to be loyal and show up for something that paved the path,” said Mikoh swim cofounder Oleema Miller.

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