Swimwear by Syiim

Swimwear by Syiim

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Topics: Fashion & Beauty

Created in 2011 by fashion designer Juanita S. Reid, the Syiim swimsuit line will debut its first collection at this year’s staging of Caribbean Fashion Week (CFW) from June 7 to 11. The swim and resort collection, called Exhibela (from the Cuban salsa dance meaning “Exhibit her/Show her off”), is inspired by exotic tropical cultures, electric rhythms of the Caribbean and the festive beach and nightlife of the islands and places like Miami and Ibiza.

Syiim Swimwear

Syiim Swimwear

A cum laude graduate with a BFA in Fashion from of Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia, Juanita grew up in Jamaica and has eight years of experience working in the industry in New York. According to her bio, she considers herself “a very hands-on designer who enjoys all aspects of growing a brand; from designing to sewing to organizing photo shoots”.

Juanita S. Reid

Juanita S. Reid, designer of Syiim Swimwear

Her collection, which reflects Latin-Caribbean influences, offers a blend of sophistication, seductiveness, elegance and femininity. Syiim caters to the dynamic woman who isn’t afraid of her sexuality and enjoys celebrating her femininity. Devoted to providing high quality swim and beach wear, Juanita is determined to make her mark with Syiim in the swimwear industry and become a strong competitor amongst the celebrity-favoured swimwear brands.


1 Comment For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. Great work Juanita. I especially love that black and white zebra styled piece. Would like to see your pieces on the model with a Hiphop body. You know, big butt, big chest.

    Irie Jam Radio will be featuring many exotic styles at this year’s Irie Fashion Rave in New York on Sunday April 22. If you are in town please stop by. The details about the event are at http://iriejamradio.com/eventlist/details/88-irie-fashion-rave

    Maybe we can work together next year. Feel free to contact us

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